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June 2008

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Print advertisement created by Hill Holliday, United States for Brookline Community Foundation, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

Caption

Transportation for the elderly. Just one of the many things your money helps provide to those in need. To make a donation visit brooklinecommunityfoundation.org

Advertising Agency: Hill Holliday, USA
Creative Directors: Kevin Daley
Art Director: Kevin Daley
Copywriter: David Register
Illustrator: Won Park
Photographer: Yelad Nivek
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digifool's picture

So your cheques will get a elderly person a car from the Bill's Salvage Yard? I love how it looks like it's missing the wheels. You need to make some bricks to prop it up on.

Seriously though the other two executions you'll get away with. This one not so much.

digifool
Activity Score 266
Art Director
Copy_ranter's picture

oh... another origami advert. Great...

Copy_ranter
Activity Score 194
Creative Director at FP7/DXB
Crisp One's picture

what are you talking about, this is SOOOO FREASHHHH!

:]

Crisp One
Activity Score 2005
Other at New York
phoamcor's picture

So tired of origami ads. I guess the creative team couldn't think of anything original.

phoamcor
Activity Score 1284
Tapper's picture

A bit blatant art direction rip-off of John Lewis campaign recently done in England

Strip. Strip. Strip.

Tapper
Activity Score 490
Copywriter
purplerodent's picture

Mindhunter: bored to bits with this origami ads. The creatives where tired and bored.....

purplerodent
Activity Score 123
Art Director |

Mindhunter

Hardy's picture

I don't know why but this visual looks exactly like how I would imagine an old person's car!

It somehow reminds me of old granny's slippers :)

Hardy
Activity Score 42
Graphic Designer |

He who dares wins!

panasit's picture

You can't make wheels like that with origami. I think they cheat.

panasit
Activity Score 687

-Tung
--good idea is enemy of great idea

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