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Published/Aired: 
January 2009
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Print advertisment created by JWT, Australia for News Limited Award School, within the category: Education.

The world will never look the same.

Advertising Agency: JWT Sydney, Australia
Art Director: Richard Apps
Copywriter: Ben O'Brien
Designer: Nima Idelkhani
Photographer: Sean Izzard

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BEEN done by Jupiter Drawing Room and won at One Show about six years ago!

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i like the insight.

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Liken it.

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done by south african agency about 6 years ago. won a few awards too

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nice insight.

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Like this one best.

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Nice. Like the idea but the line 'the world will never look the same' is weak. Really weak. It's constipated, doesn't exactly roll off the tongue. Too melodramatic, self-important. A bit grandiose. And it's just too long - Seven words is way too long for an endline.

How would I have done it?

'SEE IDEAS IN EVERYDAY LIFE'

Much better. If you were to ask 100 creatives what is better

'The world will never look the same' or 'see ideas in everyday life', I guarantee most would opt for 'see ideas in everyday life'. It's better, nicer, shorter.

BUt nice campaign though. Well done Richard.

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I don't agree. Your line simply describes the visual. "The world will never look the same" describes the feeling. Well done Ben.

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funny.

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i believe it was shot downunder,
as the train is arriving from the right hand side.
In Europe it would've usually come the other way.

Great idea, though.
Congrats

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Done by Jupiter Drawing room/ south african agency years ago for AAA school of advertising.

bobthebuilder's picture
bobthebuilder
Activity Score 57

BEEN done by Jupiter Drawing Room and won at One Show about six years ago!

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