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jimkuz
404 pencils

Very nice. At first I thought it was a mannequin with goop being poured on.
Sorta startled me to see the girl. I love it.

malaysian tomboy's picture
malaysian tomboy
86 pencils

Hmmmmm

simba's picture
simba
32 pencils

stuck!

yessir's picture
yessir
18 pencils

I think your reference from David field of ,right?

kingzeus's picture
kingzeus
260 pencils

nice...

"you are valued for your value so be valuable..."

Jeff Ng's picture
Jeff Ng
137 pencils

I like the art direction, nice work.

gienel's picture
gienel
339 pencils

stunning work

Afronuts's picture
Afronuts
136 pencils

Striking! I like

jiahsisco's picture
jiahsisco
246 pencils

Bad...It is scary. Melting Face. It might not help I am watching dexter at the same time.

ziyad_pa's picture
ziyad_pa
105 pencils

beautiful!

tantrik_indian's picture
tantrik_indian
953 pencils

But what is it that the organization does exactly and for whom? Very vague.

~~be cool eh!~~

~~this paranoid survived!~~

otto54's picture
otto54
381 pencils

Bravi ragazzi...
I like it.
Better this subject than the other one that is a dejavù.
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xaxa's picture
xaxa
149 pencils

Bella, bravi.

talkingisfree's picture
talkingisfree
2565 pencils

Good one! Very beautiful in the execution!

imke's picture
imke
472 pencils

Great one .............owo

"No think is impossible"
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antisanti's picture
antisanti
34 pencils

Don't like it.
Very creative, but very very far from the personality and the image of "san patrignano".

Nolan's picture
Nolan
189 pencils

Bravi!

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down syndrome davosk
24 pencils

I really envy this ad.

Rog's picture
Rog
6094 pencils

The ad is really flattered, Karen... but thinks it best if you saw other people.

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

Saltsea's picture
Saltsea
321 pencils

Too literal. Very young. Basic. Don't like it at all.

bara bara baez's picture
bara bara baez
148 pencils

I has a dream I made this ad.

JMARQ's picture
JMARQ
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Wow, what amazing work!

Oh wait a sec!

....this has been all over other magazines and photo annuals like PDN, Communication Arts, etc.
It's an American photographer by the name of David Field.

www.davidfieldphotography.com

These guys lose at ethics hah (At least it's pro-Bono I imagine?)

The production is great though...would have been nice to see some talent on the creative's part. I'm sure he could have spoofed up the concept...oh well.

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rocketman
387 pencils

Do you really think it's unethical to use an artistic resource created by someone else and apply it to advertising?
I'm not so sure. After all, the photographer just came up with the visual effect, it's the creatives who found a conceptual application for that visual effect. As long as no other ad is using the same visual with the same communication purpose, i think it's ok.

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rituls_2007
45 pencils

very nice.

pranavhariharsharma's picture
pranavhariharsharma
44 pencils

I wish karen hopia bokya would have done this.

Rog's picture
Rog
6094 pencils

Karen can only wish, Prana. ;)

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

AANDREA's picture
AANDREA
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Hello, in the credits there's a mistake. The following credits are correct:

Client: San Patrignano
Agency: Armando Testa Milan (Italy)
Creative director: Raffaele Balducci
Art director: Edwin Herrera, Sara Lucchetta
Copywriter: Andrea Bomentre
Photographer: Davide Bodini
Post Production: Roberto Marchesi

A.B.

changezi's picture
changezi
22 pencils

changezi
it seems to be favourit with every body here but did any body really understand as to wat "sanpatrignano" does. the visual is undoubtedly stunning but it's not saying about the company clearly and also the cream or watsoever it is looks quite ugly pouring down her face

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pinky tuscadero
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I feel bad for David Field. They absolutely ripped him off, and he should be paid at least an artist's reference fee. David is a young guy, right out of school with a lot of talent. Better yet, they should have hired David to do the job. Clearly plagiarism.

ispeak's picture
ispeak
90 pencils

Amazing art job. Simply flawless. we shouldnt even think of criticising this. Its sin if we do. Although in terms of actual communication I would imagine this to be absolutely bang on for a plastic / cosmetic reconstruction for the poor and deprived. A social cause for burnt victims.

GR8 Job.

primo_susto's picture
primo_susto
440 pencils

JUST AMAZING WORK!

elmikel's picture
elmikel
1147 pencils

Beautiful! This amazing work deserves more than just be a part of an ad that some people are not able to appreciate...

dawudi's picture
dawudi
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this is a direct rip-off of David Field. His "Pleasures of the Flesh" series was published in Communication Arts, PDN, and the Cover of Eyemazing magazine long before this campaign was released

http://www.davidfieldphotography.com/portfolio.html

covo's picture
covo
2 pencils

Let us give credit where credit is due. This concept was originated by David Field, a photographer in New York. His photos, of which this is a blatant knock-off, have been published in several photography journals prior to the development of this ad. This agency does not deserve kudos for the lack of integrity in its work.

Corbeen's picture
Corbeen
1070 pencils

I agree. Stolen work.

vekneal's picture
vekneal
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www.thephotofield.com. Ironic this piece is about identity theft; it’s such a rip off to David Fields photography. This concept has been published in two major art magazines around the world. A good Art Director would have known this, and should have stopped this from ever being made to avoid humiliation. I don’t know if anyone else has but I’ve included a link to David Fields photography since he was the driving force that inspired this. Hopefully Ads of the World will start to showcase the source and not the knock-offs.

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