Renault: Statistics, Large families

Drive the change

Advertising Agency: Publicis Brussels, Belgium
Account Director: Myriam Baya
Account Manager: Nico Cornelis
Creative Directions: Alain Janssens, Paul Servaes
Art Director: Gilles de Boncourt
Copywriter: Eric Becker
Production Director: Christ Lannoy
Media: Magazine

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Roger Keynes's picture
Roger Keynes
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Yes, it looks like the Suits should take all the credit for this tripe.

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Anonymous Author
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It's as if a page from the client's brief fell onto a mac op's desk, was mistaken as the creative brief, was mocked-up, was sent by an excited suit to the client for sign-off (who thought 'wow, they really do listen') was artworked and was dispatched to the publication. Meanwhile, the creative team were having some whiskey and a smoke. They conceived of a fantastic campaign, looked on AoTW to ensure it hadn't been done already only to discover this ad and this comment which has filled them in on what actually happened while they were drunk.

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mralanjones
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Your comment > This ad

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Hibon's picture
Hibon
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boring work

Simple ideas are the best !

pulchinela's picture
pulchinela
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i like it, cose i have a large family :)

CuriousPencil's picture
CuriousPencil
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I'm no mathematician, but 2.5% isn't a number, it's a percentage. And as usual, they forgot to swap out the comma for a point in the European "2,5". Very poor use of a very old idea.

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