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November 2010

Print advertisment created by Saatchi & Saatchi, New Zealand for Rodney District Council, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

Make new friends. Carpool.
Rodney District Council

Advertising Agency: Saatchi & Saatchi, Auckland, New Zealand
Executive Creative Director: Dylan Harrison
Copywriter: Matt Page
Art Director: Carolyn Davis
Producer: Loren Bradley
Retoucher: The Lounge
Photographer: Rory Carter

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Roger Keynes's picture
Roger Keynes
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The Jobless Writer
Will Think for Salary

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Jaap Grolleman
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I think we, people who are interested in unique/special/refreshing ads, like this, but the majority will be slightly confused with this.

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Anonymous Author
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I want to like these, because I do have a soft spot for Rodney.
Unfortunately this illustrates how little fun carpooling really is.
The pun (that works for this one but not the others) is the best feature here.

Write a wise saying and your name will live forever – Anonymous.

Ads.chinaSMACK's picture
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haha good old kiwi humour

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Guest's picture

Where is fourth towel? :)

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i agree these lines (Where is fourth towel? :)

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It's there, hidden in front of the man in the passenger seat

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la cuarta toalla está detrás de una de las cabezas

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Guy next to girl, guy next to girl. Not girl with girl and guy with guy. C'mon!

kco's picture
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Simplemente no lo entiendo, alguien me explica?

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great work. cheeky and it makes the viewer look more than twice.

thatcliffguy's picture
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How many guys do you know - "meeting new friends" - that are women - in a hot tube keep - their attention in the opposite direction?!

I agree with possibly swapping genders in the seating order. And that driver's is rockin' a borderline mullet! :)

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Ok... But how does this do anything?? We need to change consumers perception of the underlying problem...This doesn't do all!!!
Life after marketing.

Guest's picture

Really lovely work. Like how they're about the consumer benefit of meeting people rather than the consumer obligation of saving the planet.