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Important Message Passed on With Amazing Creativity

You need to convey an important message here is how you do it. In spite of knowing the danger of road accidents people still fail to understand the importance of wearing a seat belt. A public service initiative by VithU and Ogilvy and Mather, Mumbai ensures a strong message is passed right in the heart […] Continue reading →

A Quick Look at the 80s and 90s of India

A friend of mine sent me sent this old time pics to me on Whatsapp. Just watching the photos took me on a nostalgic journey back to my childhood. I guess the new generation will never see some of this things but they were a substantial part of our life’s in the 80s and 90s. […] Continue reading →

Awesome and Creative Print Ads

I love to follow Creative Advertising. Whenever I see some good ads I like to collect them. Here are some of the ads from that collection. You might have give a second look to some ads to truly understand why they are listed here. I won’t spoil the fun of these print ads by including my […] Continue reading →

Cute and Fun Commercial: Dancing with my baby-me

Evian has a long history of incorporating creepy CGI babies in its ads, and an equally long history of viewers gobbling it up like it’s some variety of highly addictive crack cocaine. Improvising on the idea that Evian water makes your body feel youthful; the company first introduced us to its synchronized swimming “Water Babies” […] Continue reading →

This Could be the Best Gift That You Can Give Your Wife

For their India promotions, British Airways has launched a new campaign on Valentine’s Day called “Go further to get closer”. The 5-minute video nicely portrays the true story of Sumeet and Chetna, a married Indian couple of 3 years who despite loving each other, never really have found the time to know each other. Work […] Continue reading →

Wonderful Ad Campaign: Liking Isn’t Helping

LIking Isn't Helping “Liking isn’t helping“, a powerful campaign for the Crisis Relief organization denouncing the campaigns that are simply inviting people to like a picture on Facebook, recalling that a few million likes on Facebook will not help in any way victims affected by emergencies around the world… With this campaign, Crisis Relief seeks to point out […] Continue reading →

Few Nostalgic Things From Our Indian Childhood

India was way different from what it is now. It was the eighties. Our generation has seen a major shift in almost everything. Things known to us in childhood are obsolete now. It is great to sometimes look back and cherish those days. Life seemed so uncomplicated and fun then, now, somehow we have preconceived […] Continue reading →