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You only have to tell them once

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September 2010
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You only have to tell them once.

Advertising Agency: Grey, Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Creative Director / Art Director: Marcus Enström
Copywriter: Marcus Bellafesta
Photographer: Wolfgang Kleinschmidt
Additional credits: Mina Grubb, Mette Krabbe Åkerlind

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andyStock's picture
andyStock
Activity Score 666

A kid was holding their hamster, but has just been told that their dinner (meatballs) is ready, so the kid has moved so quickly to get the meatballs and dropped the hamster that the hamster is still in mid-air while the kid has shot off for their dinner.

I like it. Nothing special, but nice.

antoniobac's picture
antoniobac
Activity Score 192

at first i thought it was cat´s food. nice approach :)

Sdb's picture
Sdb
Activity Score 1362

Dint get that.. Can anyone tell me wat is it about?

suresh90's picture
suresh90
Activity Score 620

Nice stuff :)

BananAd's picture
BananAd
Activity Score 103

:)

reject_subject's picture
reject_subject
Activity Score 209

oooh, i get it! nice :)

morse's picture
morse
Activity Score 17364

The look on the hamster's face complete the ad.

.. / .-.. --- ...- . / .- -.. ...- . .-. - .. ... .. -. --.

dadada's picture
dadada
Activity Score 1720

could someone explain please?

Everybody is creative, be yourself.

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Pombooie
Activity Score 407

Check out the speed blur. Kids frace to the table to eat this product hence they oly need to be told once.

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Nude Copy
Activity Score 1054

Consider this: this is a website dedicated to ads which we are sure about. We know what we see here is an ad. Hence we know it contains some creative and so we look for it When it features elsewhere do you think that the brand will have expectancy of communication

andyStock's picture
andyStock
Activity Score 666

A kid was holding their hamster, but has just been told that their dinner (meatballs) is ready, so the kid has moved so quickly to get the meatballs and dropped the hamster that the hamster is still in mid-air while the kid has shot off for their dinner.

I like it. Nothing special, but nice.

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