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milind_kambli's picture
Activity Score 41

Ad is communicating what it want to sell.

bust-four-north's picture
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jennywhx's picture
Activity Score 1142

the idea look cool to me :), but i don't know whether the angle of the photograph is good enough :).

raaviiii's picture
Activity Score 39

who needs extra strong tissues?.. just a question! what is the use of this product? no ad is good if product is ........ everyone knows.

ellehcimeo's picture
Activity Score 3376

you've never seen my grandpa double and sometimes tripple the tissues to blow his nose. maybe you are lucky and you don't have much to blow out your nose, but there is something absolutley disgusting when you blow your nose and end up touching the goo.

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Activity Score 1148

Raaviiii, I have a pretty bad cold right now, and our office supplies us with this one-ply, shitty kleenex. I wish I could show you the benefits of having extra strong tissue, or even better, the sticky situation you can get yourself into without it.

ellehcimeo's picture
Activity Score 3376

btw, i think Shoppers Drug Mart is having a sale on the good stuff.

Corona Raymaker's picture
Corona Raymaker
Activity Score 549

LOL, you guys have serious problems ...

unionjack's picture
Activity Score 57

I love that !'s picture
Activity Score 1021

funny, and well done.

Kay's picture
Activity Score 161

Good! Bronze!

jackblack's picture
Activity Score 2357

Publicis Conseil created the idea two years ago for Tempo tissues. Great then.

A. J. SMITH's picture
Activity Score 2822

It works, but it really doesn't blow my bone.

justpassingby's picture
Activity Score 1368

just a question, why dont i see black people in ads coming out of Joburg?
Correct me if im wrong but there are more black people than whites in joburg arent there?
They can afford kleenex and they need to blow their noses too and lets not forget it is in Africa.

sbr's picture
Activity Score 143

I always wonder that too ...

Corona Raymaker's picture
Corona Raymaker
Activity Score 549

Yeah well... no.

joelapompe's picture
Activity Score 3853

Jackblack is right it has already been done quite the same way but not by Publicis Conseil but by Publicis Italia! In 2005 to be correct...

chintan ruparel's picture
chintan ruparel
Activity Score 1516

Nah..this is cool!

~ old habits die hard, older ones never do ~

ryzhkov's picture
Activity Score 57

Guys? Looks like you get the idea. Explain it to me, please.

sbr's picture
Activity Score 143

The old lady is sewing the paper, not a fabric.

ryzhkov's picture
Activity Score 57

Aha! Oh. Right. Then there must be some tricky reason to use the word 'tissues' instead of 'paper'.
Im russian and not very familiar with this language, but doesnt 'tissues' have a meaning 'fabric'?

sbr's picture
Activity Score 143

You can find both fabric tissues and paper tissues out there. Kleenex produces only paper ones.

picturejockey's picture
Activity Score 658

Nice. Quiet creative but I am not sure is that is a quality I would be looking for in something I am going to use once and throw.

Doberman's picture
Activity Score 48

Like the idea but i think there is to much info (visual).

Rusio's picture
Activity Score 326

This is nice, but was donde some time ago.
Was much more simpe, just the tissue with the name initials over a table.

Fractal Rene's picture
Fractal Rene
Activity Score 65

I remember that Rusio... it said something like "you'll forget its paper"... I think it won at Epica.

bompa's picture
Activity Score 318

I like it at all. Very nice

Rog's picture
Activity Score 6080

Nice Nana thought.

"It's Mabo. It's land rights. It's the VIBE, your honour!"

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.