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Porcelain Clinic

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July 2011
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Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Duesseldorf, Germany
Executive Creative Director: Bernd Grellmann
Creative Director: Rob Bruenig
Art Director: Nina Wolke
Copywriter: Einar Armbruster
Art Buyer: Carol Redfield
Production Manager: Markus Jaeger
Typographer: Petra Beisse
Illustration: Blutsbrueder Design LLC

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Pepino's picture
Pepino

sad idolatry...

The JACK's picture
The JACK
Activity Score 438

plz explain...

ace85le's picture
ace85le
Activity Score 3939

The name of the clinic is Porcelain Clinic, hence the broken dolls. Well, I like the execution.

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miko1aj's picture
miko1aj
Activity Score 3086

great execution of an obvious idea. I like it.

atb2005's picture
atb2005
Activity Score 13561

There is something I don't get. So the company could afford to have Ogilvy do this beautiful ad for them, and yet they couldn't afford to have a professionally designed website? Check it out for yourself.
http://www.porzellanklinik.com/home.htm

I often see great campaigns pointing to crappy websites (though in this case we have no website mentioned).

That said, the execution here is impeccable.

miko1aj's picture
miko1aj
Activity Score 3086

Don't You really know why is it like that? I think it's a common situation when it comes to print ads, especially in the festival season.

Butch's picture
Butch
Activity Score 25

NICE ONE!

Glut's picture
Glut
Activity Score 3937

superb art work that saves a weak idea

GonzoGoesToBitgurg's picture
GonzoGoesToBitgurg
Activity Score 114

It's kinda obvious, don't you think? I mean... Porcelain Clinic.... C'mon...
Love the art, though

It looks dead. It smells dead. Yet it's moving around... That's interesting.

kleenex's picture
kleenex
Activity Score 43452

nice idea.

Pepino's picture
Pepino

sad idolatry...

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