WARF (The Wild Animal Rescue Foundation of Thailand): Tapir

Forest brings the extinct back to life
Do you think that extinct animals are gone? Huai Kha Khaeng is still the forest in Thailand that has extinct animals. However, deforestation forces them to live only deep forests. That's why we can't see them. To bring them back, join us by being an eco-volunteer to help increase forestland and expand their breeding sites.

Advertising Agency: Monday, Bangkok, Thailand
Executive Creative Directors: Passapol Limpisirisan, Wiboon Leepakpreeda Copywriters: Nopharit Dusadeedumkoeng, Passapol Limpisirisan
Art Directors: Piya Ngow, Wiboon Leepakpreeda
Agency Producer: Wannaporn Jitsom
Phographers / Retouchers: Anuchai Secharunputong, Nok Pipattungkul, Remix Studio

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Roger Keynes's picture
Roger Keynes
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Kinda first thought for me... but the visual will certainly grab! :)

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Richard Finch's picture
Richard Finch
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I disagree, it seems more than a first thought. Visually at least, the metaphor works well.

Guest's picture

What a geniuses u r !!
Man are u stupid? This is a great campaign and award winning. And I am not from the agency commenting here.

Dzsoi's picture
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He is not stupid, moreover, you are obviously not into advertising that much to have the right to call anyone stupid here. This kind of visual has been done to death (no pun intended) to say born and re-born and borned to be sg etc. Not new at all. Not genious.

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excellent concept

Gi_bo's picture
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These visuals are very appealing. Like the idea too


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Not appealing, and difficult understanding.

dadada's picture
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Doesn't work for me, the message isn't obvious and the execution make it not appealing

Everybody is creative, be yourself.

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Nice visual

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attention grabbing

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joe la pompe

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wish it was true

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