January 2008



The biggest danger is forgetting what they really are.

Advertising Agency: Sra. Rushmore Madrid, Spain
Executive Creative Director: Miguel García Vizcaíno
Creative Directors: Quito Leal
Art Directors: Quito Leal, Diego Alonso
Copywriters: Paco Conde, Jorge Herrero
Photographer: Garrigosa Studio, Barcelona
Production: CP - Producers, Virginia Hernando
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sullivanT's picture

Good insight. Good shot!

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Sullivan NYC
pooja gadodia's picture
common public like me wont understand..

pooja gadodia
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Andal's picture

Don't like this campaing at all.
The message is a total mess. I don't do drugs (well ok, i smoke a bit) but this doesn't prevent me from doing them.
My opinion.
Smart and Funny Signature.

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Copywriter |

It's so easy to critic.

sullivanT's picture

Good insight. Good shot!

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Sullivan NYC
niranjanhg's picture

this will not do any change in drug users.

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I am a student.

offroader's picture

a bit of a yawn. doesn't touch me at all.

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Disco Munky's picture

I quite like these.

Won't stop me taking drugs, but might trigger the right amount of thought in someone on the fence perhaps.

Pretty, but little Oomph, if you know what I mean.

Disco Munky
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Doin' it for the points

underground's picture

This should have been talc powder not perfume.

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Horizon.FCB Dubai
teenie's picture

I like the idea--that cocaine is a designer drug, the choice of the rich. But the execution is lacking--too intellectual and not emotional enough. It needs to make you feel more, not think. Everyone knows intellectually that drugs are bad; you have to make them feel why.

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Houdini's picture

good line!
nice idea, good thinking.

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weezergrl's picture

I totally agree with Teenie, for these kind of campaigns you need a concept that strikes people emotionally, something that can definetely make them see the consecuences of the usage of drugs such as cocaine, heroin, etc.

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Personal Asistant /UNAPEC
Jet Propulsion Lab's picture

For that reason, I like that Montana Meth Project ad with a beat-up mother in the kitchen. That was a very powerfully emotional ad.
I think both cerebral AND visceral approaches are valid for this type of topic. I don't particularly prefer one over the other. "The audience" for this problem is so broad, I don't think you can blanket the message with only one technique.

With that said, the ad with an Altoids can from this campaign is my favorite.

Jet Propulsion Lab
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teenie's picture

I saw that one here when they presented the Cannes winners. It brought tears to my eyes. It was very touching.

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Huroman's picture

Good photo, light and grayscale. Terrible copy and message.

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Creative Director at Veracruz
monicamexico's picture

I don't get it.

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davegregory's picture

cokeheads would find this amusing, probably like it as a poster. It's almost a promotion. I do like the visuals in the campaign but not sure of it's effectiveness.

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Senior Creative at this place here
Lerastaschtroumpf's picture

I totally agree with Andal.

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School of Copywriting
Hiperion's picture

Publicidad para publicistas.
No está mal, teniendo en cuenta el alto nivel de cocain...que hay por estos lares..

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Creative Director at zinkproject Valencia
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