The Tinta Awards: Samsonite

Advertising Agency: Y&R, Philippines
Regional Executive Creative Director: Marcus Rebeschini
Executive Creative Director: Badong Abesamis
Creative Directors: Nils Andersson, Jenny Nadong, Kit Ong, Bo Deng
Executive Art Director: Sandy Salurio
Print Producer: Ariel Bautista
Final Artists: Carlos Averion, Ringo Francia, Buddy Dizon
Published: December 2012

11 comments

kleenex's picture
kleenex
32054 pencils

nice art.

alausa's picture
alausa
1420 pencils

Valid 'loincloth' point.

bpalasek's picture
bpalasek
40 pencils

Not really. Third devil from right is positioned backward and also have loincloth.

smonty's picture
smonty
41 pencils

need more time to study but in the end when i get what they mean it was pleasant

ignitionspark's picture
ignitionspark
212 pencils

Good art but too lengthy.

advertising ninja's picture
advertising ninja
589 pencils

i think this idea works better for ads of the world than tinta print show : ] nice thought, i just think it could've been execute slightly better...

Emanresu's picture
Emanresu
2150 pencils

Why is that? If I am thinking what you are thinking, I don't believe it describes the Ads of the World audience too well. The original ad has a score of 9 (out of 276 votes at the moment), and it received a lot of positive feedback in the comments section.

smonty's picture
smonty
41 pencils

i thing the time you spend to get the ad is balanced in the end... "hmmm... when nice steward take care about me, serve me eat and drink etc etc, my luggage in 'hell' is in save. oh my! thanks to Samsonite bags..." its my view because i have experience with Samsonite backpack and it's good products

advertising ninja's picture
advertising ninja
589 pencils

its funny how some people talk about the original ad : ]

bpalasek's picture
bpalasek
40 pencils

All 3 executions presents negative comments on those prints. If there are no positive comments it means that contest is judged by people who doesn't appreciate ideas. Crushing all works shows that contest is tough, but also discourages people. Who want's to pay entry fees for contest where judges only criticize your hard work and don't care about creativity. Not me... Second problem is that contest is only for Philippine based advertising agencies. So why for heaven's sake ads shows works from Shanghai, Dubai and Singapore ? There are no good ads from Philippines ? I believe they are! I see the idea behind those ads but execution leaves much to be desired.

Log in or register to post comments