The Indian Debating Union: Infrastructure

Shouldn't every Rupee designated for infrastructure go into infrastructure?
Corruption. Let's talk it out.

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Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Japan
Chief Creative Officer: Ajab Samrai
Creative Director: Federico Garcia
Art Director: Andy Fenning
Copywriters: Federico Garcia, Masahide Yoshimi, Tomoyuki Obata, Takenori Hashimoto
Illustrator: Andy Fenning
Published: April 2014

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NY Belfry's picture
NY Belfry
1045 pencils

Took me awhile to connect the dots. Nice, clean 3D art but at the same time, looks unfinished without the color.

Also, I don't think the trees were needed.

Again, not sure how well this will work. You have to think, but it does make sense once you get it.

feysal's picture
feysal
2175 pencils

nice art and style but i must agree whats the idea with the grey material?

groovy baby!

feysal's picture
feysal
2175 pencils

i see the idea is also really cool the luxuries have been cut out of the essentials...pretty cool!

groovy baby!

Uduakabasi's picture
Uduakabasi
98 pencils

i'm guessing the grey is in sync with the entire idea. the economy can't be colourful when the funds go elsewhere. its clean and it speaks.

Uduaq

chidi's picture
chidi
170 pencils

fantastic illustration. IMO , the grey color tells a better story

kleenex's picture
kleenex
26203 pencils

Solid idea.

TakAds's picture
TakAds
178 pencils

Very good art, excellent idea, nice campaign.
It's well understood at first reading.

Congratulations Ogilvy Japan.

Marcao's picture
Marcao
1995 pencils

Beautiful art, wonderful concept.

dave2001's picture
dave2001
117 pencils

Great artwork. Message is done nicely.

zildo's picture
zildo
105 pencils

nice

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