Nutrience: Hachiko

At a train station, Hachiko waited for his master to be back from work. He kept on even after the man's death, rain or terrible snow, for 9 years until the faithful Akita waited his last. This is just one of the many canine deeds when a man's greatness falls short of a dog's goodness. To painstakingly come out with a really good doggie meal is one small way of giving back.

Advertising Agency: Grey, Makati City, Philippines
Chief Creative Officer / Executive Creative Director / Copywriter: Ompong Remigio
Creative Director: Mel Aguinaldo
Art Director / Illustrator: Peter Raphael Mutuc

Published: 
March 2013

9 comments

kleenex's picture
kleenex
40638 pencils

Nice looking ad.

MattValenzuela's picture
MattValenzuela
214 pencils

Nice and complex art, although I would put the real product in it

MattValenzuela's picture
MattValenzuela
214 pencils

Nice and complex art, although I would put the real product in it

krisrules's picture
krisrules
20 pencils

great crafting

salil.sharma's picture
salil.sharma
2424 pencils

Long Time Back i see this type ad !
Excellent Illustration, lovely art direction !
Excellent job guys ! Cheers

Designer Don't Do Different Things
They Do Things Diffidently

TakAds's picture
TakAds
178 pencils

Very good art, but, the story of Hachiko was used too many times

frritos's picture
frritos
2 pencils

nice art!

Can I have fries with this's picture
Can I have frie...
150 pencils

Done to many times. Last time Jung von Matt did it for DER SPIEGEL.
http://www.die-zeitungen.de/uploads/pics/Spiegel_Verlag_Jung_von_Matt_...

Richa Agrawal's picture
Richa Agrawal
324 pencils

superb art... but nothing new

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