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Advertising Agency: Impact BBDO Dubai
Executive Creative Director: Fouad Abdel Malak
Creative Director: Amit Kapoor
Associate Creative Director: Dinesh Tharippa
Copywriter: Amit Kapoor
Art Director: Dinesh Tharippa
July 25th, 2011
The Epica Awards are now in their 21th year.Their aim is to encourage the highest standards of creativity in advertising and to help agencies, film production companies and photographers to develop their reputations. And, best of all, Epica are accepting entries from Middle Eastern advertising agencies!
Click Here to get instructions on how to enter. Or send an email to Andrew Rawlins at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Epica entries are judged on the basis of 2 criteria only: the originality of the creative idea and the quality of its execution. The highest scoring entries in each category are the category winners (gold) – on condition that the work achieves a score that qualifies it as a winner. Other entries that do not win but achieve this score are finalists (silver & bronze). When no entry meets the standard there are no winners or finalists in the category.
Winners receive Epica pyramids and certificates. Finalists receive certificates. All winners and finalists are published in the Epica Book together with a selection of other short-listed entries.
Complete results of the 2007 awards will be announced on the Epica website in December 2007.
October 14th, 2007
Thanks to Clara Wieck from DDB & Co. Istanbul for sending in this and other campaigns we’ll post soon.
You MUST click the images to enlarge and see this humurous and smart campaign for a second hand furniture store in Turkey
May 18th, 2007
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Thanks to Sebastian De Valck from Belgium for sending this.
Client: Mercator Insurances
Agency: Duval Guillaume Antwerp
Creative Director: Dirk Domen, Geoffrey Hantson
Copywriter: Kristof Snels
Art Director: Sebastien De Valck
February 7th, 2007
This is an interesting advertisement published in the Tehran Times newspaper on behalf of a group called Danes for World Peace. AdPunch reveals that they’re actually a Danish street art group, Surrend.
The first letters of each statement (each line) read as â€˜SWINEâ€™.
Via [ AdPunch ][ Best Rejected Ads ]
February 1st, 2007