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mark3r's picture
mark3r
1940 pencils

Art direction killed the concept... sad..

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Jon-Paul Mountford's picture
Jon-Paul Mountford
889 pencils

Who the hell is Doraemon? I get tom and jerry even garfield
What are these ads about, Is it a cultural thing, do i need to learn chinese.

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panasit's picture
panasit
687 pencils

The ad sucks. But if there is a reference you don't get, don't assume right away that it's not popular because it will only make you look stupid (Doraemon is as popular as Mickey Mouse in Asia). The only way to make yourself look stupider is to compare anything Asia related to China, which you did, which is racist.

Doraemon is the most famous of all Japanese animation. Anyway, next time attack the concept and composition, not the culture... or not, your choice.

-Tung
--good idea is enemy of great idea

ChuckNorris's picture
ChuckNorris
834 pencils

Whoa! Overreacting a bit, eh?

How would he know Doraemon is not Chinese?

The ad is from a Chinese agency.

panasit's picture
panasit
687 pencils

No I am not. The person was intentionally racist. There's no Chinese language in the ad and the person asked whether or not he needs to learn Chinese to understand it.

-Tung
--good idea is enemy of great idea

deepside's picture
deepside
177 pencils

Doraemon is a famous character in asia

The poster is bad&queer,i don't want to takt that cat~

Anthonybie's picture
Anthonybie
5 pencils

Every year, there are thousands of pet died in China because their masters abandon them after getting bored. I think these ads must be related to this phenomenon. Those abandoned cats disguise themselves with cartoon images to get people’s attention in order to find a new home. So humour idea, I like it!

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CGilb09
572 pencils

Now that someone's actually explained it well rather than throwing out the race card, I like it. =)

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iraoksman's picture
iraoksman
155 pencils

it not hard actually. I love these ads and marked them 8 because of $25 use of photoshop. Otherwise concept is great. Cats are so cute, I'd take one home.

keddy's picture
keddy
134 pencils

WHAT?

the_dejawoo's picture
the_dejawoo
98 pencils

yes. I agree. Art direction kills concept.

cortescreativo's picture
cortescreativo
118 pencils

which concept?

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Dalbir Singh's picture
Dalbir Singh
552 pencils

Like the agency name: Ice Cream Communications :-p

Dalbir
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LeSet's picture
LeSet
100 pencils

Il like the art direction on this one. The tom & jerry one needs some photoshopping, and the Garfield one needs a lot of better photoshopping. This one is the best though. If you don't know who Doraemon is, you should just google it before commenting.

juniojo's picture
juniojo
11 pencils

good Performance

SeanMartin's picture
SeanMartin

There's a lot to like in this series, not the least of which is the poignancy, particularly in this one (and yeah, guys, if you dont know who Doraemon is, dont bother with the stupid comments -- nor is taking infantile pot shots at the agency name really working in your favour). The art direction has some wonderfully subtle touches, and the consistency of style across the campaign insures people will remember it. No, it's not Gold material, but I dont think that was their goal when they developed the series. For a market in a culture that's obsessed with the visually strange and unusual, I'd bet this was well received.

gmint7's picture
gmint7
2685 pencils

:::J:::

i think it works.
works for me as a person who knows doraemon

but i still think the art is "lazy"

:::J:::

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Cedars
77 pencils

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