Monday, June 27, 2011

Print ad ends Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Here's the back-story video for the Impossible Brief, a project created by Israeli ad agency BBR Saatchi & Saatchi. Here's some of the other entries. The winner, created by Royer Jean-Christophe / BETC Paris, France, was announced last Thursday. Peace in the Middle East tk. Previously:
• Israeli-Palestinian conflict explained by yarmulke chart ad.
• Israeli cell phone company solves West Bank crisis with soccer ball.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, just as the Taco Bell chihuahua solved the debt crisis of South America, and brought revolution and happiness to the peasants, so too can advertisers solve the Arab-Israeli conflict. Viva la Revolucion Advertisors! Too too funny, or offensive, I'm not entirely decided. And brought to you by Saatchi & Saatchi, the people who brought you Margaret Thatcher, among other human rights abusers. Will the ironies never end. But couldn't they at least get someone who could pronounce Cannes correctly, not to mention "genu-wine"??

Joint first prize for the 2011"Futile Self-Indulgent Feel-Good Award for the Affluent" alongside the "Slut Walk" phenomenon.

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