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Webster Five: Origami

In a television spot produced by Nola Pictures, multi-hyphenate Juan Delcan, in collaboration with creative agency Kelley Habib John, helmed an amusing :30 featuring stop frame animation for Webster Five Cents Savings Bank headquartered in Webster, MA. Using one-dollar bills, which were formed into various custom origami designs created by renowned origami artist Joseph Wu, the spot captures the essence of Webster Five's ongoing and long-standing commitment to community.

Advertising Agency: Kelley Habib John, USA
CD, Art Director: Adam Cramer
Producer: Susan O'Donnell
Prod Company: Nola Pictures
Director, Photographer, Animator: Juan Delcan
Origami Artist: Joseph Wu
EP: Charlie Curran
Producer, Post Supervisor: JJ Wilmoth
Post Production: Nola Pictures
Editor/Animator: Patrick Meegan
Animators: Francis Oh, Joe Vaccarino
Asst Animator: Marisa Suárez-Orozco
Aired: May 2010

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11 comments

AssassinX's picture
AssassinX
1329 pencils

These years so many ad creatives use Origami in their campaigns, well this one is good but seriously speaking I personally want to see something fresh n different, in other art forms...

TommyO's picture
TommyO
1866 pencils

Boring.

MissCopywriter's picture
MissCopywriter
168 pencils

not irritating to watch, but yes, Origami is not quite so new and I don't get a very clear single-minded message...nice work anyway

paumarques's picture
paumarques
1314 pencils

crisi d'idees.

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capywriter's picture
capywriter
5511 pencils

nice work indeed

Temple's picture
Temple
9621 pencils

I thought they stopped doing this kind of ads 20 years ago.

Guest's picture
Guest

Nice work but not very new idea.

tamils's picture
tamils
202 pencils

good execution like it..

AdventureAd's picture
AdventureAd
186 pencils

I saw so many things like this already

cef's picture
cef
547 pencils

not a new one. but nicely done.

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