Stone

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May 2009
Autocop:  Stone
Autocop Ambient Ad -  Stone

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Ambient advertisement created by Publicis, India for Autocop, within the category: Electronics, Technology.

Advertising Agency: Publicis Ambience, Mumbai, India
Executive Creative Directors: Prasanna Sankhe, Ashish Khazanchi
Associate Creative Director / Art Director: Ashish Phatak
Associate Creative Director / Copywriter: Denise D'Silva
Photographer: Sunil Naik
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nah.. too forced. and it looks ugly.

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oh come on.

this is such student work.

FAIL.

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sunilcreates's picture

I do agree that. look like some trainee done.

sunilcreates
Activity Score 166
Creative Director at Olive, Mumbai
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did impress

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didnt impress

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nah.. too forced. and it looks ugly.

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Concept is vey very weak.

Secondly, it's a very bad photoshop. It's doesn't look like a car made up of stone. Not even 1%.

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eeeeehh! bad bad bad work. Ivan don't you have a quality control???????

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its is like painted not really made of stones.
being a good agency, publicis is in high expectation so................... this is not a good work.

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Phewww!!!! such bad standards just cannot be set

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Blair Semenoff's picture

Not good at all, a statistic by Autocop would have been a more effective.

Blair Semenoff
Activity Score 651
TruAction Flix provides companies with a new promotional product aimed toward the youth market. This simple yet highly effective marketing tool touches on the 3 main dynamics of neuromarketing; attention, emotional engagement and memory attention
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i didn't get it!!

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CreativeForces's picture

I like it, although the top part where the logo is should have been like a real sign not stone to be clearer

CreativeForces
Activity Score 10
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Ambient executions like this usually are 'one off's'. Because of that they need to have enough impact to gather PR interest to reach a wider audience.

This doesn't.

The execution is also bad.

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No! First locks, then car locks. Seen it earlier.
I wonder why so many echos of same idea. Atul

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Parece hecho de yeso...no de piedra.

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Muneer Bhatti's picture

agree boss.

Muneer Bhatti
Activity Score 146
Creative Director at (FMCG) PTC, LTC, Unilever, etc. |

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