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The Wonderbra effect

November 12, 2007 at 10:41 by Rocco comments

I keep being confronted with great Wonderbra ads. Remember this one, and this one, and what to think of the print ads? All from 2007. Last week we had a nice spoof on Cadbury’s drumming gorilla. And now the latest one rolled in. Is it just the product or is it the creativity of the agencies behind? You tell me!

6 Responses to The Wonderbra effect

  1. Jens says:

    It’s easy to make ads for Wonderbra and Durex. Whenever I see a portofolio of a young gun trying to get into the biz it’s full of “free work” for both brands.
    You’re not impressing me. Do innovative work for insurances, wallpaper, energy spulliers, banking etc. Then we’ll talk.

  2. Ed Wood says:

    I wonder if people will get it…

  3. Oliver says:

    Sorry but can somebody explain ?
    I just dont get it

  4. Martina says:

    Oliver, the coffin cannot be closed because the woman inside is too busty, ok? ;-)

  5. Oliver says:

    ok, i got it, my laptop’s screen is not so good, and neither are my eyes probably…
    And I would say, neither is the ad !

  6. Giles says:

    That is crap compared to mock Gorilla ad…

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