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Workers are not tools

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November 2008
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Advertising Agency: VVL BBDO, Belgium
Creative Team: Jan Ockerman, Jef Boes
Creative Directors: Jan De Jonghe, Jan Baert
Account Team: Toon De Baere, Philippe Van Eygen
TV Producer: Leen Van den Brande
Photographer: Evert Thiry
Sound studio: Sonicville
Director: Andreas Hasle
Production house: Caviar
Post production: Condor
Sound: Sonicville

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Senhora Kolossa's picture
Senhora Kolossa
Activity Score 483

and what?
your copywriters arent big thinkers.
and now?

DengueFever's picture
DengueFever
Activity Score 148

Very good, it's a "caviar"

SeanMartin's picture
SeanMartin

The only piece in the campaign that has the kind of impact necessary to get the point across. Very well done.

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Here, let me save everyone the trouble of asking. "Do you even work in advertising?"

prasad rao's picture
prasad rao

amazing piece of communication. aptly supports the print ad too.
well executed.loved it

http://www.coroflot.com/public/individual_details.asp?job_seeker_id=18...

prasad rao's picture
prasad rao

amazing piece of communication. aptly supports the print ad too.
well executed.loved it

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picopalqlea
Activity Score 999

advertising workers...

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Guest commenter

Workers aren't tools? Then why do they live in a toolbox?

naresh's picture
naresh
Activity Score 298

Kick-ass execution, Amazing idea.... keep it up Belgium BBDO Team.

Noddy

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Guest commenter

wait a min. which part of this add says that works are not tool ???

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Guest commenter

The ad says that workers are not tools on the other hand,on the opposite side,------very well,i like it.

roman-schwienbacher.com's picture
roman-schwienba...
Activity Score 1021

it's a great piece of work..

Senhora Kolossa's picture
Senhora Kolossa
Activity Score 483

and what?
your copywriters arent big thinkers.
and now?

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