Friday, February 20, 2009

Waffar Battery



Save yourself the energy! Waffar.com - your online promotions portal.

Agency: Marcom
Country: Egypt
Creative Directors: Karim A. Yusuf, Omar El Abd
Art Director/Copywriter: Karim A. Yusuf

Panasonic Intelligence



Agency: Gmasco
Country: UAE
Creative Director: Khalid Radwan
Art Director: Harshad Badbe
Copywriters: Kumar Ganesan, Harshad Badbe
Illustrator/Photographer: Kruti Soni
Other Credits: Akbar Ibrahim
Published 2008


I like this. I think it would be more intelligent if it can tell you who the father is? Until that happens, there's this ad by Euro RSCG Singapore, which can see a bit more than growing babies:

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Kids Park Zoo









Advertising Agency: Tonic, Dubai
Creative Director: Vincent Raffray
Art Directors: Valerio Battagli
Copywriter: Dario De Albuquerque
Illustrator: Dario De Albuquerque

Via: AdsoftheWorld

Um I think I get where they're trying to go with this, and it isn't bad. But for some reason the idea lost impact somewhere along the way. I like the vibrant colours used, but I'm over using kid like illustrations to portray something for kids.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Feel Human Again



"Help Her Feel Human Again...
Dar Al Amal - Shelter for Abused Women"

Advertising Agency: Memac Ogilvy & Mather Dubai, UAE
Executive Creative Director: Till Hohmann
Creative Director: Dalbir Singh
Art Director: Rafael Rizuto
Copywriter: Sascha Kuntze
Photographer: Alex Sandwell Kliszynski
Retoucher: Daniel Xavier

Via: MediaME

Poignant.

Monday, February 9, 2009

International Music Institute: Rock 'n' Rollers



"For tomorrow's rock 'n' rollers"

Agency: TBWA RAAD, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Creative Director: Martin Lever
Art Director: Hiba Hassan
Copywriter: Tim Brothers
Photographer: Tommy Morris

Via: AdsoftheWorld

Not exactly sure if that's the message we want to be sending out to kids. But I guess they were just trying to make what would otherwise sound like a drab music institute seem cool. Did it work? Dunno..

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