The Camera

Agency: Artefact3000


We all know eBay, global key player in e-commerce worldwide for more than 20 years, which now has more than 185 million active users. We've searched for nuggets, bid on ads... even if some people have forgotten about it: in France (5 million French users), it's been a long time since eBay has spoken out.

eBay and French agency Artefact 3000 refresh our memories with a comeback campaign for the site that never left France actually.

Because eBay has never stopped developing and its range of products and services is more up-to-date than ever: refurbished, new, spare parts, live sales of vintage objects, etc. It is this more assertive positioning on sustainability that the campaign highlights to revive the iconic brand in the hearts of French people.

Through a film directed by Vincent Lobelle (Iconoclast), broadcast from September 25 on TV, digital and cinema, which takes us into the ambitious project of a young girl to revive her father's passion for photography. In secret she will repair his old film camera, searching for spare parts, tools and vintage accessories on eBay. An emotional daughter-father adventure with a big surprise in store that assume with humour and impertinence the (non-)return of the brand.

This professional campaign titled 'The Camera' was published in France in September, 2022. It was created for the brand: ebay, by ad agency: Artefact3000. This Film medium campaign is related to the Retail Services industry and contains 1 media asset. It was submitted 8 months ago.


Agency: Artefact 3000
​Executive Creative Director: Fabienne Fiorucci Fouï ​
​Copywriter: Elie Souffan / Victor Chevalier
​Art Director: Steven Poindron ​
​Strategic Planner: Jean Allary ​
​Account Managers: François Brogi / Leïla Achour / Louis Perrot / Dorian Libet Descorne ​
​Brand Managers: Ségolène de Noray / Alice Truong / Fabian Sauter ​
​TV Producer: Isabelle Ménard ​
​Director: Vincent Lobelle
​Production: Iconoclast
​Sound: Schmooze

Michelob ULTRA


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