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Seangapore

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October 2008

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Print advertisement created by Euro RSCG, Poland for WWF, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

Caption

By 2050 many of the worlds cities may be under water.

Advertising Agency: Euro RSCG 4D, Warsaw, Poland
Creative Director: Jacek Szulecki
Art Director: Rafal Michalek-Czerepak
Copywriter: Anna Krolewicz
Photographer: Jacek Wolowski
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its not clear

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seamply seally.

Guest
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seally.

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Biga's picture

hahahhahaha great comment

Biga
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matt-roach's picture

yeah, that really is crap advertiseang.

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AdvMan's picture

It's creating different perception
But difficult seen

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Opinionist's picture

i think it is great. but the problem lies in the fact that the message cannot be gathered because the words are just too small. :( good idea though!!

Opinionist
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nice one

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I totally agree with comment on one of the other ads...absolutely no reason for this to be on a letter. Would make more sense if call to action was about writing government. But then that leaves the pun problem. And yes, these puns are a problem. Maybe get rid of the puns and make it a visual allusion in the stamps...like a wet dragon for Singapore or something like that. These just aren't working for me on any other level than that they look interesting as thumbnails.

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STRTLRS's picture

Nice visuals, forced concept. A letter in 2053? Doubt it.

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I think, therefore... yeah.

ackattak's picture

Meh.

ackattak
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Copywriter
mith85's picture

Thought's kinda nice; I think it'd still work without the "sea". Unnecessary element - and a (bad) pun at that.

mith85
Activity Score 242
Copywriter at Ogilvy & Mather, Toronto (Copywriting Intern)
Guest's picture

If i didn't see the title of this page, i wouldn't at all notice the "sea" thing at all...

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The "sea" thing is not necessery. Everything is to small. I like the photo.

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mada's picture

:)

mada
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Guest's picture

Wow a pun. Revolutionary stuff.

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I'd love to sea your crappy ideas, bloody idiots!!!!

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So what? Give me a call to action!

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trzy grzyby w barszcz?
"sea" thing, wave on the stamp and wet stain on it.
Not too much?
And even than - too less to make it well.

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