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June 2008
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Print advertisment created by BBDO, Guatemala for Oriflame, within the category: Health.

Evens out and corrects the imperfections of the skin.

Advertising Agency: BBDO Guatemala
Creative Directors: Adolfo Lazo
Art Directors: Adolfo Lazo
Copywriter: Adolfo Lazo

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kgeiger's picture
kgeiger
Activity Score 7312

This reminds me of something I saw in an episode of Doctor Who 2005. No, this is something I saw in an episode of Doctor Who 2005.

miko1aj's picture
miko1aj
Activity Score 3086

wow. This is really controversial. Form me it says that cosmetic flats face, but I don't know. I'm not a woman.

devon_connax's picture
devon_connax
Activity Score 30

eeemmm no.....

Crisp One's picture
Crisp One
Activity Score 2005

mmmmm yes... make a good point, the benefit is definitely cloudy.

AnubisibunA's picture
AnubisibunA
Activity Score 36

looks like she wax'd those big mamma browsers

alvinpck's picture
alvinpck
Activity Score 1467

Similar execution to a highlighter brand campaign.

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http://alvinpck.deviantart.com/gallery/

kgeiger's picture
kgeiger
Activity Score 7312

This reminds me of something I saw in an episode of Doctor Who 2005. No, this is something I saw in an episode of Doctor Who 2005.

sparky's picture
sparky
Activity Score 454

reminds me of the 'healthy food for dogs' ad where the dog is really fat.
so it irons out imperfections in skin by making people fat.

sweet. not.

whitespace's picture
whitespace
Activity Score 1953

whoever did this probably play FPS games haha

Frits Harkema's picture
Frits Harkema
Activity Score 713

Is this an ad for an iron again?

NatalieM's picture
NatalieM
Activity Score 1685

I'm very turned off by this ad. It does not make me want to try this cosmetic.

LTFournier's picture
LTFournier
Activity Score 64

This is scary...

il nekro's picture
il nekro
Activity Score 74

Does the word metaphor mean anything to you guys?? Are you really THAT stupid to think that this cosmetic makes your face flat?

I can´t believe some of the comments, really.

miko1aj's picture
miko1aj
Activity Score 3086

dear nekro. I don't know if I'm stupid (because such persons usually do not recognize that fact), but this visual metaphor which you talking about shows face with extra large margins and looks like image captured from cylinder-like object (let's imagine that's head) extended on the flat surface. And because I'm not so stupid to think that any cosmetic can advertise itself saying that it flats face, I'm little bit confused and saying honestly – do not catch any idea from that.
But – I'm only man. As I said above – maybe women catch this meaning immediately.

Wordnerd's picture
Wordnerd
Activity Score 6692

there might be a good idea behind all this, but it died in the execution (sorry). these faces look unnatural and disgusting. no matter if you're a man or a woman. who advertises a beauty product like this?!

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Barbara Agatha G.
Activity Score 70

I am sorry: I don't get it, the image doesn't say anything about the benefits of the product and it doesn't convey, well, anything.
And the model looks constipated.

Copywriter3003's picture
Copywriter3003
Activity Score 30

anyone see doctor who?

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