Respect, 1

Agency Network: 
September 2009

Print advertisment created by DDB, Canada for Subaru, within the category: Automotive.

Get the sedan that commands respect.

Advertising Agency: DDB Canada, Toronto
Creative Director: Andrew Simon
Art Director: Todd Mackie
Copywriter: Denise Rossetto
Account: Michael Davidson, Geoff Taylor, Jeff Huether, Brian Tod
Media: OMD - Michelle Jairam, Meri Ward, Sonia Soares
Photographer: Frank Hoedl
Photography House: Westside Studio
Production: Rose - Ella Morrison
Studio: Ad Rules - Jane Davies

Comments (11)

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Guest's picture

vey very bad.

Guest's picture

That big spot if light in the middle is well annoying! Why didnt they get rid of that?

Guest's picture

well... at least is not they tried to not ONLY do the bird one

dlue's picture
Activity Score 342

never thought leaves could show or not show respect, with that whole lack of sentient consciousness and all


Hellas's picture
Activity Score 1172

In all 3 ads you show respect that comes from nature (leaves, water, birds) but i don't get why would nature "respect" this car? If it was a hybrid it would work well but i don't understand this. Is this car faster than other cars? If so, show that other cars respect it giving it room/open road. Find what this car does better than others and shows that something relevant shows respect...

"I don't live in Greece, Greece lives in me..."

everartz's picture
Activity Score 7613

i think this idea is been done before, i dont have the link but pretty sure that i was created somewhere.. so it makes this campaign unoriginal..

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Guest's picture

Make better ads. Fire the team.

harryposter's picture
Activity Score 322

no magic

Guest's picture

The same concept is being used before for Harley Davidson especially the idea of crows...

Guest's picture

Very beautiful car but the concept has been done millions of times before and the execution is also ordinary. Its missing the wow factor.

beckspuppy's picture
Activity Score 87

nice car but the concept and execution ordinary. Done before so many times!