photolibrary.com: Unicorn

Meticulously indexed images.

Advertising Agency: TBWA/Singapore
Creative Director: Ng Pei Pei
Art Director: Ngai Arh Chun
Copywriter: Keith Kwek
Illustrator / Photographer: Photolibrary
Executive Creative Director: Graham Kelly
Published: October 2008

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11 comments

Guest's picture
Guest

Yes I get it.... did it make me smile.. not really

Ad_Man's picture
Ad_Man
828 pencils

i kinda like it, but this is not exactly what i expect to get when looking for unicorns.

Think it for a while.
Then, in anytime, it will come to your mind as an idea.

Guest's picture
Guest

i liked d ad & concept
they mean if you request they will get it for you from anywhere

Misstree's picture
Misstree
425 pencils

This is exactly what gets my goat when i'm searching for images...random ones that i don't need, popping up!! so although i found it fun to look for the unicorn/superman/parrot, i feel this series makes me not want to use photolibrary!!

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Not all who wander are lost.

Guest's picture
Guest

Exactly my point: I hate all those messy pics coming up, when I'm looking for a clean and clear unicorn.

ssguixi's picture
ssguixi
215 pencils

i second that

Guest's picture
Guest

i like the way they impart the message but agree with the point that i would not like these messy pics if i am in need of clear pics

palls's picture
palls
164 pencils

i like the way they imparted the message

but yes will not like these kinds of results when in serious need of unicorns

"selling is advertisment"

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Chapulin Colorado
150 pencils

If I type Unicorn in a image bank this is not what I am looking for.

puppiepoppy's picture
puppiepoppy
1636 pencils

Truth in advertisement. When you search for Unicorn in PhotoLibrary, you get tons of craps....lots of them. Then at the 60th page, you'll probably find the unicorn.

Guest's picture
Guest

Interesting to note that this was actually rejected and never used by Photolibrary - that puts another spin to the idea of truth in advertisement...

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