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Coca-Cola

The poster that turned into wrapping paper

Agency: Duval Guillaume

Description

With Christmas only a few days away, Coca-Cola and Duval Guillaume Modem have created a special outdoor billboard together with Clear Channel. As the brand that stands for “Open Happiness”, Coca-Cola believes there’s no better time to open happiness than with Christmas. But to open happiness… you need to wrap it first. That’s why we created a billboard made entirely of wrapping paper, allowing people passing by to tear off a piece of paper to wrap their presents. The iconic line “open happiness” is printed on this specially crafted wrapping paper, because nothing says it more like a present waiting to be opened. The billboards were installed in the shopping malls of Belgium’s largest cities right before Christmas.

This professional campaign titled 'The poster that turned into wrapping paper' was published in Belgium in January, 2014. It was created for the brand: Coca-Cola, by ad agency: Duval Guillaume. This Outdoor medium campaign is related to the Non-Alcoholic Drinks industry and contains 1 media asset. It was submitted over 8 years ago.

Credits

Advertising Agency: Duval Guillaume Modem, Belgium
Creative Directors: Geoffrey Hantson, Katrien Bottez
Art Director: Lennert Vedts
Copywriter: Jeremie Goldwasser
Account Director: Nathalie Rahbani
Designer: Bart Janvier
Account team: Anne-Sophie Maenhout
Account manager: Jet Vervenne

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