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Plotting paper

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February 2009
Pelikan Print Ad -  Plotting paper

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Print advertisement created by McCann, Germany for Pelikan, within the category: Office Equipment.

Advertising Agency: McCann Erickson, Düsseldorf, Germany
Executive Creative Director: Armin Dorbert
Art Director: Simon Hattrup
Copywriter: Matthias Hardt
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what drew the thicker lines?

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elgrecones's picture

two thinner lines...

but there's sometinhg wrong in there... by that time the plot papper should be drawn already

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ADcoke's picture

i like it, very simple but not excelent

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ckettner's picture

Not really eye-grabbing, but it gets the point across.

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dull

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hunting a lion…

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hunting a lion…

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As an art director who has used Rotring Pens in the past, the ad is bang on!

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As an art director who has used Rotring Pens in the past, this ad is bang on.

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sorry guys - but done last year for edding (and won nothing at cannes not even shortlist)

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one should not take life so seriously - as one will not come out of it alive.

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Great idea, great execution ...

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... but a stolen one!!!

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Great idea, great execution

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... but a stolen one!!!

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show us the "original"!

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whats your e-mail

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textpirat
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hey guys - did you see the e_mail and its attachement? and what do you think about? its not even similiar - but exactly the same idea - the only difference is that you used red lines an i did it with black ones

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eldeadevis's picture

Very good! and trying to answer the first question up there, the thicker lines were drawn of course by the same pen, this only shows the perfect performance and versatility of this pen. Great! a total winner!

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after seeing my ad - you change the concept of your stolen idea into "perfect performance and versatility of this pen" but this ad just only want to sell me : pelikan pecils make fine lines and nothing else. surrender and do ideas by your own - its poor

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after seeing my ad - you change the concept of your stolen idea into "perfect performance and versatility of this pen" but this ad just only want to sell me : pelikan pecils make fine lines and nothing else. surrender and do ideas by your own - instead of copy them - thats poor

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simply. great!

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you wont realize that your idea loose - its hard to understand - but try an origin one - istead a done one

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you wont realize that your idea loose because done in 2007 - its hard to understand i know - but try an origin one - instead a done one

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already done for edding!

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I didn't like as fine line with red pen but pen is black ...looks like creative person has copied graph paper and some extension of lines in red.....shocking but the pen is black no connection...probably with fine pen you would have drawn something fine in black.....think like a layman as a consumer....idea is to buy pen.

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