The words “lavée” “cassé” and “étranglé” literally translate into “washed”, “broken” and “strangled”. In French, these common expressions imply the feelings of being weighed down by debt. We built SOS Dette's brand image around an odd concept. Debt is still a very taboo topic. The reality was in such a way portrayed that it grasped people by their emotions.
Print advertisment created by GVM, Canada for SOS Dettes, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.
Creative Director: Frédéric Tremblay
Photographer: Alain Desjean
Strategic Planner: Virginie Roy
Account Executive: Marjorie Biraben
Producer: Nancy Bélanger
Digital Artist: Claude Lafrance
Stylist: Virginie Bégin
Make-up: Geneviève Mondou
Hair: Alexandre Messier
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