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Mother & Child

Published/Aired: 
June 2007
Description: 

Adopt. Receive more than you can ever give.

Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, India
Executive Creative Director: Piyush Pandey
Creative Directors: Sumanto Chattopadhyay
Copywriter: Sumanto Chattopadhyay
Art Directors: Rajiv Rao, Elizabeth Dias
Photographer: Suresh Natarajan
Account Supervisor: Deepika Sabharwal
Advertiser's Supervisor: Sudha Kini
Retouchers: Manjunath Beleri, Uday Kinloskar

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Guest

My experience as a parent often leaves me feeling and thinking 'only if I can love as they love'. Too many times I see that children can love more sincerely and deeper than adults. This pictures tells the same story, only, in a thousand words.

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jonft
Activity Score 264

Perhaps Eugene from OM Singapore can help them. It needs long copy to make it work better, I believe.

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tameem
Activity Score 30

looks much better than the other 2

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twelve_noon
Activity Score 617

i think this is beautiful all the way and gives a new perspective to the subject of adoption. nice go once more from India!

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Besha
Activity Score 295

Love it!

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wing wong
Activity Score 18

i don't think needs long copy , the visual can say everthing!

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puppiepoppy
Activity Score 1634

Scary man, with the man lying in the arms of the girl. This piece looks scary, pedophilia. The rest of the campaign seems good.

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Guest commenter

This campaign's trying to do something different in a bit of an icky space, so I want to like it...but I don't. I think that's because there's a subliminal insult in there that will turn off prospective adopters: it literally belittles them. Putting myself in their shoes, this ad would make me feel I was being called needy and self-indulgent. Sorry, but there it is.

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Guest

My experience as a parent often leaves me feeling and thinking 'only if I can love as they love'. Too many times I see that children can love more sincerely and deeper than adults. This pictures tells the same story, only, in a thousand words.

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