Taiba Hospital: Kermit

Colorblind kids can see color. They just don't see the same colors we see.
Check you child's eyesight for early detection.

Advertising Agency: JWT Kuwait
Executive Creative Director: Mazen Fayad
Associate Creative Director: Mark Makhoul
Art Director: Amin Abuhamzeh
Copywriter: Laila Algharabally
Photographer: Steve Kauzman
Retouching: Rotfilter

March 2008


krautland's picture
3216 pencils

I didn't know that. interesting angle.

BFB's picture
936 pencils

Bad campaign. Gives absolutely no reason to check if my kids are color blind.

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
3890 pencils

The fact that they might be colour blind is probably reason enough, but I don't know how you do things, so do what you feel. They're your kids after all.

Doin' it for the points

iT-iS-i's picture
1721 pencils

Actually does, imagine how devastated your little mikey would be if all his cretin friends scoffed and laughed at him for arguing with them that hermit is in actual fact blue and not green... These aren't great, but they are bang on...

Add insult to injury then burn the candle at both ends.

:: Put your ears against the ground so i can walk over what you heard::

LeeMoh's picture
424 pencils

A colorblind person rarely argues about colors.

Jet Propulsion Lab's picture
Jet Propulsion Lab
10679 pencils

So, what am I missing here? I don't get this ad.

Heeeeey! Waaaaaaait a minute!!
Am I.....???


Darko's picture
25 pencils

toys are not that dramatic and important.
Traffic lights would be more dramatic when
but in a dramatic context of a heavy truck speeding
on the crossroads.

creativewannabe's picture
81 pencils

As a father of two kids, the issue is compelling, but agree that using toys would not trigger me to schedule a check-up of their eyesights.

LeeMoh's picture
424 pencils

No, traffic light doesn’t work.

A colorblind person will always recognize the red light as 'red' whatever the color he sees instead of red. Simply because since he was born he learnt that this is what ‘red’ looks like.

It's not that simple.

Can you guarantee that what you see as 'green' is exactly what others see as 'green' without any difference?

You might be colorblind without to know!

The best way to leave an impact on parents is to show them how ugly the world could be in their children’s eyes.

Guest's picture

come on its a nice ad and that is that

Guest's picture

10/10 ! CREATIVE !

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