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October 2008
Viva!:  Condom
Viva! Print Ad -  Condom

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Print advertisement created by Scholz & Friends, Poland for Viva!, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.


Does he know about birds and bees?
If you are not able to explain to him what contraception is, find another way to prevent uncontrolled breeding... See

Advertising Agency: Scholz&Friends Warsaw, Poland
Creative Director: Jane Stoykov
Art Director: Sabina Samulska
Copywriter: Piotr Zygmunt
Photographer: Jan Kriwol
Producer: Michal Krajewski
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Guest's picture

dont get it!

CreativeForces's picture

me too

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Mandark's picture

I'm pretty sure that condoms are up there with electrical cables when it comes to dogs... the should print it on the not let around children and house pets...

i don't like it. could have been done a lot funnier or with a lor more impact. this gives me no emotion, no benefit, no real absurd or alternative solution.

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everartz's picture

could have been taken to a higher level or impact, in its current state it is so lame and monotoned..

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Guest's picture

WOW....contraceptive for animals.......They'll soon be doing the morning after pill? O-o

But i think the Ad is good for the very notion that this is a hard product to push....I dunno it's alright i suppose

rolling.stone's picture

It carry out the purpose.

Although can be done in several ways, nonetheless it is OK

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Copywriter at Delhi , India |


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Guest's picture

dont know what contraception is, sorry english is not my language

Guest's picture

Heh. Interesting way to approach the problem of spaying/neutering.

And I have to say this ad gives the term "wiener dog" a whole new meaning.

Miglintojas's picture

What ???

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Guest's picture

Judging by the "," it's obvious that they are encouraging spaying/neutering. However, if it wasn't for the website in small print, I wouldn't have been 100% sure, either. It's a little too subtle.

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