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May 2011
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Print advertisment created by Y&R, Brazil for Millward Brown, within the category: Professional Services.

Advertising Agency: Young & Rubicam, Brazil
Chief Creative Officer: Rui Branquinho
Creative Directors: Flávio Casarotti, Sérgio Fonseca
Copywriter: Laura Esteves
Art Director: Daniel Salles
Planner: David Laloum, Cesar Ortiz
Photographer: Allard

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Butch's picture
Butch
Activity Score 25
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Nike Diesel
Activity Score 13630

Thx buddy!

DGCS's picture
DGCS
Activity Score 410

Great Idea.

mr.x's picture
mr.x
Activity Score 998

10 million al-qaeda members? no way.

Manoma's picture
Manoma
Activity Score 1108

Yep... it's a little too close than the other campaign for being totally clear.
Shame, it was a good idea, and a better artistic direction....
And the copy was excellent... However...it's done.

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bocciaman
Activity Score 8

Dear Ads of the World,

Please provide some context for the ads you post. Please provide the brand and advertiser for the ad along with the crediting information.

Jef's picture
Jef
Activity Score 174

Like it. Nice pictures.

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bhuvneshwar.chd
Activity Score 989

the whole campaign is class.
outstanding.

"If you are irritated by every rub, how will you be polished?"
— Rumi

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purshotham
Activity Score 457

If it is not imitated, Its good campaign...

ace85le's picture
ace85le
Activity Score 3935

This one is a bit too subtle. But overall it's a decent series.

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RadoubleJu
Activity Score 152

Ad looks appealing but as soon as one knows that its an imitation of another better one- poof!!!

Make it simple..

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cwriter_joey
Activity Score 6

The campaign is great. The original pics posted before are not even ads. That's an editorial!!!!!

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