Marmara Brandy: New Armenian cartoon

For promoting Armenian brandy “Marmara” we created a site where the visitors could grow their own brandy. The player planted a vine, fought rodents, gathered the harvest and made his own blending. After filling the bottle of Marmara on the site the participant could change it for a real bottle of Armenian brandy. To advertise that game there was released a network commercial created in the style of beloved of all Armenian cartoons shot by “Armenfilm” in the 80s. The virus was introduced as their longed-for sequel.

Advertising Agency: Voskhod, Yekaterinburg, Russia
Creative Director: Andrey Gubaydullin
Art Director: Vladislav Derevyannykh
Copywriters: Aleksandr Parkhomenko, Evgeny Primachenko
Illustrator: Natalia Belikova
Aired: October 2009


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Reality Check's picture
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Weird, frivolous, and impossible to dislike.

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Hibon's picture
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Yes... this is different. Something i like on this campaign maybe because is too "naive".

Simple ideas are the best !

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Wow, really entertaining for me. Brings me back to my kiddie days.

"Nihil sub sole novum"

AssassinX's picture
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Well that planting grape game...

...acutally is not a new idea in Asia.
Two years ago many brands also did something similar in China, eg. Lay's potato crisps.

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