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November 2008
wChat Ambient Ad -  Door

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In traditional days when mobile phone communication was a luxury, friends and lovers alike are very often seen at the door step of houses chit chatting as they catch up on the latest gossips or serenading the lover with sweet whispers. As wChat is a text messaging service where guys and girls can mingle in chat rooms and make new friends in a more modern and convenient way, the agency developed an ambient outdoor creative which depicted a guy and girl at the door step in a very lifelike visual with the message copy ‘Join the H! Community’.

Ambient advertisement created by Think Associates, Maldives for wChat, within the category: Professional Services.

Advertising Agency: Think Associates, Maldives
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capywriter's picture

Has the 'H' in 'Join the H! Community' has anything to do with DHL? Just saying it's quite distracting in this presentation.

capywriter
Activity Score 5509
Copywriter at Freelance
NatalieM's picture

Agreed, the presence of DHL in this comp is distracting.

NatalieM
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-Natalie
http://www.nataliemarion.com

Rabubi's picture

Maybe you had to be there.

Rabubi
Activity Score 560
Copywriter
Zeus's picture

huh?

Zeus
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Parachuter's picture

They say if you are bitten by a Sumatran Rat Monkey, you’ll become a savage undead creature with huge ears and long tongues. Cheers to Sumatran Rat Monkeys.

Parachuter
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@Parachuter

lol, Peter Jackson's "Brain Dead" was hilarious!

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exithigh's picture

Yeah the DHL really distracting and confusing.It appear to be too dominont in tne comp. y must we be there? the point is not being there but still get the message.

exithigh
Activity Score 86
Art Director at Media Art Environment
Guest commenter's picture

I think its a great ambient ad.

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Mel Guest's picture

I believe this is a photo of the real ad itself, which is painted onto a wall that happens to be under a DHL ad.

Mel Guest
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