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June 2010

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Print advertisement created by Leo Burnett, India for Tide, within the category: House, Garden.

Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett, Mumbai, India
Chief Creative Officer: K V Sridhar
Creative Director: Amod Dani
Art Director: Sadanand Narvekar
Copywriter: Amod Dani
Illustrator: Bhushan Patil
Photographer: Avdhut Hembade
Advertiser’s Supervisor: Anoop Abraham
Account Manager: Sharan Sabhachandani
Account Supervisor: Gaurav Lalwani
Other Advertising Agencys: Pooja Motwani
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Dzsoi's picture

I didn't write about expenses. Those slim magnets would slip out of the newspaper as they are not strong enough to hold on when the magazine is dragged, moved, dropped etc. So yes, my country is so old-fashioned that ppl here have already seen, touched & used actual magnets! Not just that, even razors! No kidding.

Dzsoi
Activity Score 8532
Copywriter at junior copywriter
Adaddicted's picture

no wow factor, execution is interesting, but..................!

Adaddicted
Activity Score 3435
Art Director |

withalltherespects

tirthomitro's picture

"But......" what, eh?
do you have to snub a gold-winner just because it won a gold??!!

tirthomitro
Activity Score 2758
Creative Director at Grey Global, India |

they showed me a picture & i laughed
dignity has never been photographed

Dzsoi's picture

Do you have to defend an ad with 10 nails just because it is from your country?
This is an obvious scam. Un-executable in real life, in real magazines.

Dzsoi
Activity Score 8532
Copywriter at junior copywriter
rolling.stone's picture

agree

rolling.stone
Activity Score 2741
Copywriter at Delhi , India |

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flavourfish's picture

Whats not executable with it? Are your country so old-fashioned in printing that it cant do this? Maybe it will be a bit expensive, but still it will be as effective that it pays the cost.

flavourfish
Activity Score 125
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Dzsoi's picture

I didn't write about expenses. Those slim magnets would slip out of the newspaper as they are not strong enough to hold on when the magazine is dragged, moved, dropped etc. So yes, my country is so old-fashioned that ppl here have already seen, touched & used actual magnets! Not just that, even razors! No kidding.

Dzsoi
Activity Score 8532
Copywriter at junior copywriter
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