Nutrience Original: 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
33119 pencils

Nice looking ad.

MattValenzuela's picture
MattValenzuela
198 pencils

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

MattValenzuela's picture
MattValenzuela
198 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
2278 pencils

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

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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