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Throne

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July 2013
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Photographer: amandanikolic.com

The one throne every baby has a right to.

Advertising Agency: Publicis Communications Schweiz, Zurich, Switzerland
Creative Director: Grischa Rubinick
Junior Art Director: Raphael Graber
Copywriter: David Luebke
Chief Creative Officer: Thomas Wildberger
Account Executive: Cathy Nyffenegger

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danilofajardo's picture
danilofajardo
Activity Score 36

I like this one. Is a clever way to use coloquial expressions to send a funny message.

certaintly's picture
certaintly
Activity Score 3994

is that supposed to look like a throne?

what's the product?

monoliz's picture
monoliz
Activity Score 1304

you are talking about babies, why throne????! or the ad is tageted for royal families' offsprings
and yes, confusing execution

chisholm's picture
chisholm
Activity Score 137

A common colloquial term for a toilet or in this case a kiddies potty is Throne.... I think this is great, nicely shot and great use of language (assuming you can recognise a potty) better than a lot of the Royal Baby tripe out there

Barbara O.'s picture
Barbara O.
Activity Score 211

I concur

Barbara O.

BLACKPIXEL's picture
BLACKPIXEL
Activity Score 468

bad one

sarahG's picture
sarahG
Activity Score 33

Its a potty, we call our kids pottys 'thrones' my hubby refers to the loo as his Throne (too much info I know!) but how can people not get this? hate the font but like the idea.

kleenex's picture
kleenex
Activity Score 44639

crappy ad.

morse's picture
morse
Activity Score 17510

I think it works for parents with kids.

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Siddarth Basavaraj
Activity Score 1673

I like the concept.. even the layout is neatly done.. Good job fellas

Love creating ads..

certaintly's picture
certaintly
Activity Score 3994

i keep seeing a stormtrooper helmet

danilofajardo's picture
danilofajardo
Activity Score 36

I like this one. Is a clever way to use coloquial expressions to send a funny message.

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