These are superb ads for HARLEY DAVIDSON by Carmichael Lynch. Although, if you scroll down down in this blog, and check EMI's wonderful series of ads they look alike somehow somewhere so much. IT seems like a trend nowadays!! Followers are the most common breed in this world. Didn't you notice that?? And am pointing my finger too!!
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In 2004, 17,033 meth labs were seized, compared with 7,438 in 1999. This represents a 129% increase. (Federal Drug Enforcement Agency, Boston Globe Editorial, July 15, 2005). Leading the Meth Project effort is research-validated, nationally recognized, high-impact advertising that communicates graphically the risks of Meth use. DON'T MESS WITH METH!! The hazardous and life-threatening product features and consequences of Methamphetamine are clear, compelling, and undeniable. The Montana Meth Projectare is communicating these product features and consequences to the young people of Montana on a massive scale. MMP reached 90% of their target audience – youth ages 12-17 – three times per week with targeted, clear, compelling product messages about Meth. This is saturation-level marketing. & they plan to sustain this level of communication for some years. http://www.montanameth.org/
This ad -FORESTS FOR LIFE- by Ogilvy & Mather, Bangkok- for WWF just won a silver award & 2 Bronze at the Asian Pacific Advertsing Festival 06. Beautiful work !! Sad reality!!!! WAKE UP PEOPLE, "for a better living planet"!! The 9th Asia Pacific Ad Festival ended in Pattaya, Thailand 2 weeks ago. The Fest dealt with 4,738 entries this year! MASSIVE!! The event saw the introduction of 2 new categories: Print Craft and Creative Media. Ogilvy & Mather - Singapore has also been chosen as the Regional Agency of the Year
There were more than adverts to watch that night. The 25th edition of The Night of The Adeaters, by Jean Marie Boursicot, presented by MTC Vodafone, hosted by Cinescape Shaab and organized by The Communication Zone, focused around a particular idea, one that was anticipated to “Glow Crazy”. And this is where the audience was treated- by The Communication Zone team- to an exclusive viewing of live juggling performers from France: Feeding The Fish are brilliant club passers, absolutely great performance with moving glowing patterns and great interchanges. Really top stuff!
Sevan Kouyoumjian ranked top 1, 8th and 10th; here with Amira Behbehani and Timo Everi two of the jurors. Sevan is a graphic desighner at Horizon FCB kuwait. Sevan won a roundtrip ticket to Phuket island in Thailand with four nights at Phuket Hilton Resort, in addition to Imotion speakers and Ipod Nano courtesy of The Communication Zone. SEVAN, your creativity and vision rocked! Have a nice trip to blissful Thailand! The black one is top ONE- The blue is ranked 10- download pix to check it properly-
Joe Ghazal from Horizon FCB ranked 6 Glasswork by Francois Saadeh from Four Films ranked 7 Sevan Kouyoumjian from Horizon FCB ranked 8 Nael Aboul Huda from Horizon FCB ranked 5 Ravindra Thakur from Dot Vision ranked 4