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May 2008
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Print advertisment created by JWT, Australia for Kellogg's, within the category: Food.

Fight the Fuzzies at School.
When kids don't have breakfast in the morning, it's easy to fuzz out in class. But research shows that a nutritious breakfast, like great tasting Kellogg's Sultana Bran, with filling fibre and whole grains, can help kids stay focussed at school.

Advertising Agency: JWT Sydney, Australia
Creative Group Head: Ben O'Brien
Art Directors / Copywriters / Illustrators: Richard Apps, Ben O'Brien
Communications Director: Jacqui McKeering
Print Producer: Danielle Solden
Retouching and Finished Art: Lee Turner

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David Wooderson's picture
David Wooderson
Activity Score 23

Good job for a very, very tough client..

Crisp One's picture
Crisp One
Activity Score 2005

the fuzzies?

is this an Australian term?

David Wooderson's picture
David Wooderson
Activity Score 23

It's the campaign line.. I saw it on a TV spot too...

arvin's picture
arvin
Activity Score 341

good art

MarkC's picture
MarkC
Activity Score 2

Great concept.

tamer samy's picture
tamer samy
Activity Score 681

awesome..

TRICKY's picture
TRICKY
Activity Score 3954

so what!!! you mean Kellogg's stops your kid's imagination ....... besides this i think that this kid has no fuzzies problems but rather smoking pot the night before going to school prob ... in fact this kid will drop high school with or without your Kellogg's and become a great graphic designer then moving on and on to become a creative director working on much more creative account than Kellogg's who in the beginning tried to screw his destiny and made him become a banker instead. SO NO it doesn't work

The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time

Bye's picture
Bye
Activity Score 1464

I think we agree, Keloggs will stop your kid's imagination how wonderful.

David Wooderson's picture
David Wooderson
Activity Score 23

As a parent (and a creative person) I don't want to limit my kid's creativity. But I also don't want to waste those massive school fees. Maybe he can save his art for art class.. and concentrate in math class?

Weezard's picture
Weezard
Activity Score 50

Bah, you're so bitter mate. You're the kind of person who looks at a doughnut and only sees the hole in it!

It's a good ad. Get over it.

Bye's picture
Bye
Activity Score 1464

How convincing.

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
Activity Score 3890

@Weezard

I get the idea that they're trying to get across, but what they're showing is a kid who is full of creativity, but lacks focus. That's a different brief, this one is supposed to address the problem of kids not being alert enough to concentrate as opposed to being under stimulated, which is what it seems this kid is.

I've also seem this "blue biro sketch" style used a few times recently.

Understand your core concept and the rest just falls into place....if you're any good that is.

"stay low, move fast"

Doin' it for the points

fen1x's picture
fen1x
Activity Score 471

Nice one. Nice to see pen again ;]

cullers's picture
cullers
Activity Score 332

Agreed! I love pens!

vurtomatic's picture
vurtomatic
Activity Score 364

Fuzz art >
school work.

philippertl's picture
philippertl
Activity Score 656

I really like that.
Reminds me of my time in school, haha.

rave's picture
rave
Activity Score 51

nice!!!!!!

nemesis's picture
nemesis
Activity Score 765

very cool... nice concept and nice art direction.

NatalieM's picture
NatalieM
Activity Score 1685

Good concept. It would catch my eye in a mag.

luisrivera11's picture
luisrivera11
Activity Score 469

jajaj nice, and the art work very good

CGilb09's picture
CGilb09
Activity Score 572

I don't know about everyone else, but whenever I see a crazy busy ad like this, I run. Perhaps I'm just too impatient to try and sort out all the nonsense going on in something like this.

Tweet tweet: @ThisAbility

STRTLRS's picture
STRTLRS
Activity Score 1601

I drew shit like this all the time and was never "focussed" in school, but turned out ok. Thanks to Kellog's, there will be no creatives left to visit this page in the near future. BTW, the product needn't be in sketch form, if the kid can draw it it means he's eating it...

www.storytellerscreative.com

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I think, therefore... yeah.

Whitefang's picture
Whitefang
Activity Score 509

This is ok.
I'm looking forward to seeing your work when your website is finished strtirs, the way you critique the work up here it must be pretty amazing.

Paul Eveleigh's picture
Paul Eveleigh
Activity Score 111

Wow. Kids can now focus on their goals, core issues, key objectives, main game etc.

havelock's picture
havelock
Activity Score 14

I like the illustrative work going on, but, for me its a little lost as a campaign because it doesn't match or support the other current media with the "fuzzies" growing out of things.

A little something of interest, perhaps;

Smashing your language
Disney, Kellogg’s and Gillette are three completely different brands with one thing in common. Over the past decade they’ve established a branded language. The irony of this is that they may not even be aware of it. Whether coincidentally or purposefully, our studies shows that 74 per cent of today’s consumers associate the word “crunch” with Kellogg’s. Another 59 per cent consider the word “masculine” and Gillette one and the same. Americans formed the strongest associations of masculinity and Gillette – by an astounding 84 per cent.

esoparacomentar's picture
esoparacomentar
Activity Score 18

"Student work"

David Wooderson's picture
David Wooderson
Activity Score 23

In my opinion, "Student work" is about the dumbest thing you can say when critiquing creative ideas.

By this, do you mean a) It's really good, because it's a simple idea without having to be compromised by a client? or b) It's not finished to the level required of 'professional advertising' and is therefore not as, somehow, good?

What makes me laugh is that people write 'student work' on pieces of creative that appear on this site.. and then those ads go on to win Gold Lions. What I think you're actually revealing is that you can't tell the difference between 'simplistic work' and work that charters new territory.. or is so simple that it's brilliant.

So next time, think a bit harder before you write 'student work' as a criticism.

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
Activity Score 3890

*Disco Munky quietly stands and gives David Wooderson a round of applause*

You tell 'em my man. You tell 'em.

"stay low, move fast"

Doin' it for the points

slip's picture
slip
Activity Score 919

Good art work.

*****

SJB

SeenitB4's picture
SeenitB4

Cool art. Really bad English! Sadly just stick to the art direction...

Guest's picture
Guest

Very few things seem more pathetic in an advertisement than when the ad's creator creates their own expression and expect us to either just go along with it or even adopt it. Nobody says "the fuzzies" and no one ever will.

Nice try, but ultimately a fail.

@ Edward. No. Australians don't say this. Nobody says this.

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