Dog, 1

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May 2008
idont:  Dog, 1

Description

Print advertisement created by Times New Roman, Italy for idont, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

Advertising Agency: Times New Roman, Rome, Italy
Art Director: Jacopo Cinti
Copywriter: Luciana Rorri
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robottttrockkkk's picture

"i dont" ponerle buen puntaje a este aviso...

[ http://eltubedeyou.blogspot.com ]

robottttrockkkk
Activity Score 812
Copywriter at Quorum / Nazca Saatchi & Saatchi
getconnected2001's picture

Reminds me of Ipod ads.... but make no sense to me.

getconnected2001
Activity Score 977
Art Director at New Delhi
seda's picture

iDont understand

seda
Activity Score 20
Art Director
daltraparte's picture

Jacopo Cinti rules!
I like this ad!!!

daltraparte
Activity Score 7
Art Director
yun siang orangutan's picture

Same dog, different collar.

yun siang orangutan
Activity Score 296
Singapore
McBain5000's picture

I don't... understand... either

McBain5000
Activity Score 115
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nomienick's picture

What do you mean same dog? what is he wearing different dog costumes in different ads? prefer the ipod ads myself

nomienick
Activity Score 44
Graphic Designer
sismo83's picture

i think thats is for an organization of dog protection, i dont leave my dog on the street i guees!

creo que es para una organizacion de proteccion de perros para que mo los dejen abandonados en las calles, i dont

the web page doesn't work

hasta un reloj parado tiene razon dos veces al dia

sismo83
Activity Score 38
AAAP
neuclone's picture

Keep your dog with you as you're doing with tour i-pod?

No, this ad is bad.

neuclone
Activity Score 86
Creative Director at Ogilvy & Mather
frankomanfran's picture

this type of ad has been sooooo overdone. sry man

frankomanfran
Activity Score 21
graphic designer
Guest's picture

Same dog, different collar. i dont leave my dog on the street i guees!

Guest
ankitadv's picture

good

ankitadv
Activity Score 738
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