Mr. Bean Coffee Junction: Road

Stimulating coffee meets stimulating ambience. Making a world of difference to discuss the world.

Advertising Agency: MAA Communications, Bangalore, India
Creative Director: Priya Kapur
Art Director / Illustrator: Manoj Maani
Copywriter: Sujit Soman
Published: October 2008

15 comments

caur33m's picture
caur33m

nice and simple.....

arvin's picture
arvin
341 pencils

nothing great about it!

Crisp One's picture
Crisp One
2007 pencils

I think I see Mary in the Coffee Mug Stain

cperry's picture
cperry
280 pencils

forced visual.

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Guest commenter

coffee mug stains are circular here the stains r coffee mug itself which is confusing...so if u r showing coffee mug the stains r not required...

keddy's picture
keddy
134 pencils

Hmm...i dont think I got it!

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Guest commenter

boring....

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Guest commenter

ummmm...

Dale's picture
Dale
370 pencils

I don't like criticising something without offering something of use but this campaign makes that difficult. I don't see a real unique principle in any of these execution. Perhaps there are translation difficulties, but this copy is bad. There might be people discussing things like 'infrastructure' but that's a really forced analogy. Repeating both 'stimulating' and 'world' is not working at all. The art direction seems more than a little slipshod. The typeface is awful and why is half a character bleeding off the page?

Find something to distinguish Mr Bean. Develop a concept to explore that. Ditch these.

- Commenting in all caps with poor spelling and grammar is so done before -

- The only thing more rare than a good ad is a good guest comment -

slip's picture
slip
919 pencils

meh

*****

SJB

Lim Choc Shcam's picture
Lim Choc Shcam
24 pencils

Warwick

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Guest commenter

its a wonderfull visual

icanthink's picture
icanthink
270 pencils

WTF?

Guest's picture
Guest

Its a cliche and boring....maa??

Shibith's picture
Shibith
26 pencils

Poor Art, poor layout.. Idea is nice

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