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May 2010
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Print advertisment created by TBWA, Turkey for Vog, within the category: Fashion.

Vog socks on the web now.

Advertising Agency: TBWA\Istanbul, Turkey
Executive Creative Director: Ilkay Gürpinar
Creative Director: Emre Kaplan
Art Director: Gamze Ichedef
Copywriter: Ilkay Gurpinar
Account Director: Asli Ceren Aksak

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the last 2 legs from the woman spider are missing in each one of the pieces

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Guest

Feet, you mean.

hiryuu's picture
hiryuu
Activity Score 4

yeah... was just about to give the same comment...

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Hey hey hey baby... missin' a toe is quite a feat . Yeah yer yea, oh! Baby.

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rolling.stone
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beautiful

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Great ! Nice work...

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iamthemob
Activity Score 18

creepy... I like it :D

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paumarques
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m'agrada. molt.

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i repeat:

the last 2 legs from the woman spider are missing in each one of the pieces

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I think it's an interesting way of presenting that the new product in "on the web"
As for the missing feet, do you guys really think that the creative directors are absolutely blind and stupid and you know better ? :) in my opinion an extra pair of feet would actually kinda mess things up back there. right now it looks clean, beautiful and comprehensive. besides, the missing feet give you that tiny shock that makes you remember this add for a long time. All in all great job

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a normal woman has about 300 pairs of shoes, so this spiderwoman has probably 1200 pairs of shoes .. OMG!

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velle
Activity Score 1550

i think this visual is really strong... rather interesting. only thing is, it straddles a very fine line between clever (but only if the association with the www is strong - in this case, it isn't) and a tad creepy. spiders - the majority feel icky about, so subject matter needed careful handling... it was a risk y'all took :)

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