Weru Soundproof Windows: Bell

Advertising Agency: Scholz & Friends, Berlin, Germany
Creative Directors: Jan Leube, Matthias Spaetgens
Copywriter: Edgar Linscheid
Art Director: Marc Ebenwaldner
Photographer: Ralph Baiker
Account Supervisors: Katrin Seegers, Katja Weiden
Advertiser's Supervisor: Dieter Frost
Graphic: Anatolij Pickmann
Postproduction: Gloss Postproduction

10 comments

imgns's picture
imgns
68 pencils

so the window is at the top of the tower.. ok..

il nekro's picture
il nekro
74 pencils

Please, think about it before comment... really, please...

evacarreiro14's picture
evacarreiro14
78 pencils

If you live near to a church you can hear the bell ring. It's annoying, believe me...

cp's picture
cp
354 pencils

only a simple imagination required - so yes it works

theanc's picture
theanc
2781 pencils

That's cool. But the fact they're just continuing the same thing for 3 or 4 years now is just boring.

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Brema's picture
Brema
192 pencils

A more effective ad would be to have an image of a mosque and its blaring loudspeakers but of course now shrunk down to irrelevance.. those buggers are annoyingly loud.. where can i buy these weru windows because i live very near a mosque

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Frits Harkema's picture
Frits Harkema
713 pencils

Poor man. Nobody listens to him anymore.

CR_AD's picture
CR_AD
413 pencils

Good idea, but I think that the outlines of the window was not necessary just the baseline was enough

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YOUNGO's picture
YOUNGO
26 pencils

Brema, you are pretending to be creative with your solutions, so use your mind and try to find another house away from mosques rather than buying the glass. lool

xover15's picture
xover15
8 pencils

Poor Father McKensey...no one comes near.

Seen the size/sound thing before, but not bad.

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