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Advertising Agency: Jandl, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Creative Director: Pavel Fuksa
Art Directors: Pavel Fuksa, Matus Nemcik
Copywriter: Adam Rovny
Photographer: Miro Minarovych
Published: February 2011

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luispedromendezb's picture
luispedromendezb
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interesting

whatthefudge's picture
whatthefudge
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How can it first be interesting and then later confusing? How... What... Screw it. What ARE you doing here at AOtW?

Both Sides of the Brain's picture
Both Sides of t...
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Yes, this portrays knowledge, but does it portray the fact that the lady is keeping it to herself? I don't know.

luispedromendezb's picture
luispedromendezb
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confused

Threadlessscrew's picture
Threadlessscrew
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Two heads are better than one. Not in your case.

luispedromendezb's picture
luispedromendezb
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jajajaja...

Leo Turk's picture
Leo Turk
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Who is she talking to?

luispiter's picture
luispiter
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its the best...

kleenex's picture
kleenex
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I like the whole concept.

Threadlessscrew's picture
Threadlessscrew
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Since I donated for Wikipedia, my money probably went into making this ad. Which is why I should have a say in the execution of this ad. And I want the lady to be exactly like that skeleton in the background- Headless.

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shahidali
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Reminds me of Jim Carrey of Ace ventura :-)
Why do you need the animals as listeners?

shahid

Gearbox's picture
Gearbox
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Is this fake, or what? I don't believe Wikipedia needs to advertise. Or that they would allow the writer to hyphenate their brand name in the copy. Just bait for awards shows, I think. Nice photo, lame everything else.

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alanryder
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Similar to other creatives, very simple and effective. Nicely done Wikipedia.

Whilst many university graduates struggle to find jobs, it's fascinating to see that many man and van operators are currently earning up to £5,000 per month.

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