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December 2008
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Print advertisment created by Euro RSCG, Mexico for Tylenol, within the category: Pharmaceutical.

There are some questions that are such a headache.

Advertising Agency: Vale Euro RSCG, México DF, México
Regional Executive Creative Director: Gustavo Reyes
Executive Creative Director: Leopoldo Gardea
Creative Directors: Alexis Alvarez
Art Directors / Copywriters: Alexis Alvarez
Photographer: Juan Salvarredy
Agency Producers: Estela Salgado, Lorena de Vizcaya
Account Director: Luis Miguel Ezquerra
Account Executive: Rocío Fernández

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picktokyo's picture
picktokyo
Activity Score 1404

Ivan, did you post this twice? anyway... I quite like this. nice.

ivan's picture
ivan

Sorry! I fixed it now.

nemesis's picture
nemesis
Activity Score 765

Cool campaign. Clever.

sirvan's picture
sirvan
Activity Score 29860

This is great... but what if a little kid sees this AD? Bizarro World I tell you.

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"I love some things, and don't love some other things."

everartz's picture
everartz
Activity Score 7609

the previous 2 are a lot more funny than this
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scarfinati's picture
scarfinati
Activity Score 843

Great way to make pain emotional

Guest's picture
Guest

el pez muerto está más repetido que mis comentarios diciéndolo.

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Guest

This doesn't seem very well executed, imho -- the kid is too far away from the bowl to really see it.

Istiko's picture
Istiko
Activity Score 165

i dont understand, really.. help please

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Guest's picture
Guest

The kid is affraid because he saw the fish... he is going to ask is father or is mother about death, and this is a question that is such a headache...

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Guest

Strange format. Is this a billboard or a double spread ad?

sebarestless's picture
sebarestless
Activity Score 116

Nice point of view

MindZoo's picture
MindZoo
Activity Score 119

This ad is very effectively aimed at what seems to be the target market - parents between 30 and 40 who are likely to have young kids still in the "Why?" stage...

Temple's picture
Temple
Activity Score 11337

Congrats to the creatives. However, very similar approach to the "Don't let their batteries die" last year's Grand Prix, which is taking out something of the freshness this ought to have.

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louie_wang
Activity Score 160

nice ad.

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