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Clean room

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May 2009
Intel:  Clean room
Intel Print Ad -  Clean room

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Description

Print advertisement created by Venables Bell & Partners, United States for Intel, within the category: Electronics, Technology.

Caption

Your clean room isn't like our clean room.
Making microprocessors is a tricky business. The tiniest speck of dust is the equivalent to a two-ton boulder around our microscopic transistors. This is why our clean rooms are 10,000 times cleaner than a hospital operating room. It's also why our workers must wear those silly-looking outfits. Learn more at sponsorsoftomorrow.com

Advertising Agency: Venables Bell & Partners, San Francisco, USA
Art Director: Crystal English
Art Buyer: Debbie Mobley
Photographer: Frank Uyttenhove
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tanvir hassan raju's picture

actually i dont like the idea that much.......I mean companies like intel suppose to be very clean...so, whtz the big deal here....anyway..its kinda forced advertising..

tanvir hassan raju
Activity Score 419
Animation Director, Nayantara Communication, Asiatic MCL, a co-producer of sesame street NY, Bangladesh |

tanvir

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I love it, it's brilliant. Intel finally is starting to make sense for me.

Guest
Guest's picture

and why should I care about this?

Guest
satpal's picture

my clean room ? what ? are they talking to people who have the same clean room as the girl's one ? so they're talking to 10 year old girl ?
And who cares about their clean room ? What about talking about washing hands after the toilet ?
i hate this ad.

satpal
Activity Score 144
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i think it's ok

Guest
everartz's picture

i'd say dumb idea and dumb copy...

everartz
Activity Score 7613
Art Director |

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Ele's picture

Very forced. Should be understandable without read all the explanation below.

Ele
Activity Score 31

Lenia Rosario | Copywriter

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