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Bed

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December 2008
Dank! Print Ad -  Bed

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Description

Print advertisement created by DDB, Turkey for Dank!, within the category: House, Garden.

Caption

Buy second hand furniture, save the trees.

Advertising Agency: DDB&Co., Turkey
Creative Director: Karpat Polat
Copywriter: Volkan Karakasoglu
Art Director: Levent Yalgin
Account Executive: Ozlem Delikanli
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Guest's picture

Very nice. Just the size of the tree stumps bugs me. The proportions are wrong....i think.

nice work tho.

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Guest's picture

Very nice. Just the size of the tree stumps bugs me. The proportions are wrong....i think.

nice work tho.

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Guest's picture

Very nice. Just the size of the tree stumps bugs me. The proportions are wrong....i think.

nice work tho.

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Guest's picture

couldSOMETHING IS MISSING IN HERE... just a bit more clear the message and probably more people will quet the message

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I agree. If the stumps were a bit smaller you'd have more of them to build up the shape of the bed as well. Because i can see the bed, but it's not clear at first glance.. I like the idea though, it just needs a bit of sharpening. And the trees look pretty similar all over the place.

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wow.....

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rather blunt - literally, too.

what they should have done was put lots of wooden tables there instead of stumps.

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STRTLRS's picture

If second hand furniture is continuously available, doesn't that mean trees are continuously being killed? You want to save trees, don't sell wood at all.

As far as the ad goes, I don't have an issue with the way the trees look. Their size is necessary to show detail and they have to be this close together to form a shape. So don't expect perfection here; something's gotta give.

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theanc's picture

Remove the title of the ad and becomes very difficult do get it.

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Guest's picture

pretty good.

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corporal_hicks's picture

This one is easier to get.
But forced anyway.

corporal_hicks
Activity Score 365
Art Director
elnietodeNicho's picture

the bed is hard to get. as mentioned before, smaller trees would've worked better.

elnietodeNicho
Activity Score 361
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Guest's picture

average...stumps are way off.

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Es cierto, árboles más pequeños harían que los muebles se vean con mayor claridad. Yo además trabajaría un poco con los tonos de los árboles cortados porque la cama no se ve para nada.

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purplehazegirl's picture

yupp.. i agree .. the bed is not clear in the first glance...

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muy buena idea, muy mal ejecutada

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I like the work but..something missing.

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AdvMan's picture

Work Done! But brand is the BUST!
Why?
Because Brand behaviour says "buy the second hand product for the save forest or tree"
However facile product, sells expensive prices by Brand
It'dont care save the forest or tree.

Brand mission is antique dealer. One chair selling 1500$. All prices equal this rate

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good, but should have taken some more efforts.

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