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NASA Brings Space Shuttle Program To An End: «Last Launch Took Place!»

9 Jul

Explore The Space!

Explore The Space!

Explore The Space!

After almost 30 years of spaceshutteling NASA brings its successful space flight program to an end. Yesterday, last launch took place.

For us, enough reasons to show and to promote alternatives of how the United States could regain or keep eruptive strength by using the unique power of advertising, advertising and – of course – advertising.

Source: Reuters

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Space Shuttle Endeavour’s launch, as seen through the clouds from a plane

17 May

Photo by Stefanie Gordon

We strongly recommend visiting our campaign for Viagra as well.

via: BoingBoing

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Pfizer’s VIAGRA – Once again and once more

17 Oct

As brave readers of our hand-made meerschweinchenreport as you all are, you are utterly aware of the fact that we’ve been dealing with Pfizer’s still most stunning product VIAGRA since quite a while; and that there had been some intellectual problems waiting to be solved by us in the beautiful past. By us? Yes by us: the good, the better and the most perfect creatives.

In the meantime the VIAGRA related responsibles were forced to re-build their whole headquarter not less than three times due to heavy break-out erections, which appeared preferably with a blimp of an eye during lunch-time or Super Bowl, or even worse: both. Result: the complete house was demolished instantly. And, as if this wasn’t enough, the remaining and still swollen penises were collected by pink painted and emotionally frozen policemen in order to be brought to a re-educational institution where they were taught how to make it in life as a traffic light installation signed by a strange guy who calls himself Jeff Koons.

Besides, did we already let you know Pfizer’s newest feedback coming straight from “ganz weit oben” as we say in Germany? No? Well, just to be perfectly honest with you, there wasn’t any but we have spontaneously decided to do so as if there was one. We need the feeling to be misunderstood and rejected. We rely on it.

In other words: The main message “Explore the space” shall remain as a mind catching aspect even it seems a bit too intellectual for the board members’ taste. But our argument that also big brains such as Charles Bukowski, Prince Charles or simply the artist formerly known as Prince might have had appreciated the existence of VIAGRA very much (in particular that some of the mentioned short before are still among us), and that – of course – talking to a fistful of people is always better than talking to none. Surprisingly, the majority of the board members saw themselves being able to follow us. Grabbing this unique chance quicker than most earthlings can count to three we offered them some variations of the copy as there were “Astronaut legend Frank Borman strongly recommends to explore outer and other foreign spaces most consequently” or a bit simpler “Explore the space – no matter what kind”.

The design, however, was judged as too amateur-look-a-like and that we should add a bit more stylish components to it. Consequently, we rejected that gentle offer because we know what we do – and, as we already pointed out – we rely on the feeling of being rejected, even it is the other way around: introducing this magic emotional experience to our clients. We think it’s only fair enough, isn’t it? Second: To whom are we talking with these ads anyway? To sexual professionals, or amateurs? The image of sex is a hand-made one. So, if you’re keen to reach the majority of sexual amateurs you should better communicate with them in a more amateur-look-a-like manner.

As soon as Pfizer’s headquarter will be completely re-build for the fourth time the board’s spokesman will notify us personally if our campaign is ready to be launched then. We think that this marvellous event will take place Christmas next year.

Feedback from Pfizer

21 Jul

We’ve got feedback from Pfizer. Since our last meeting with them we thought that we already made it. But as it seems today we’re only halfway there. First, we were asked if we could give this whole thing a bit more drive in a sensitive and gleamingful way. Following the golden rule of excecuting everything the client wants us to do – we went to the next post office, put our souls, our experiences, our abilities of aesthetic judgement, our life-insurances and, not to forget, our courage in a box, sealed it carefully with a bunch of 1p-stamps and sent it straight to South West Africa. In other words: here are the new results.

Can you keep a secret? We find this gleaming thing above a bit too suggestive. This happens to be because we strongly believe that the consumer has to make the last mental step to complete the picture we want him to see on his very own. No matter how small this small step may be…

Then we were asked if we could add a bit more natural colours to the ads. So, we did that (above) as well and destroyed by doing so this harmonic look all three ads were originally kept togehter with.

Leaving the concept of keeping a certain amount of visual equality in this campaign behind we exchanged the last draft showing the moon’s surface through this one above. We also removed the new added gleaming aspect. We think the message is already clear enough.

However, just to be completely on the safe side of our client’s understanding of eternity we created another ad pumping up the volume of the storytelling’s power of our campaign’s concept. Allow yourself a full click and take a serious look:

After accomplishing our mission we decided to go deeper into this matter, and the outer-space we already felt being surrounded with quite intensively. We met the heart of the famous Whirlpool Galaxy (M25) and tried – business as usual – to make the most out of it:

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Our one-shot-shot: A nice spread sheet allowing even the lightest human brain cells to make the correct association. Ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, …

We cannot wait receiving Pfizer’s feedback once more…

NASA meets VIAGRA

14 Jun

Recently, we’ve been invited to Pfizer presenting some of our ideas dealing and playing around with Viagra. We weren’t so sure being the right guys for things like this because the larger the companies are the less they like to share their special sense of humour with the public. Particularly not if the company is in the pharmacy business. A patient who’s laughing about his own cancer disease shall not be promoted in any way. That’s a golden rule. Certainly, there are tons of exceptions, yes, but there are millions of more tons of examples teaching us the contrary. Especially, when the company is in the pharmacy business.

The more surprised we were when our first lad, sorry, ad immediately hit the flip chart, then destroyed the coffee machine followed by a tremendously unoverhearable WROOOOOOOM. Finally it set the whole building on fire. Uncomfortable side-effect: The ad has never ever been seen again.

Comfortable side-effect: Pfizer’s staff members of the marketing department had instantly and probably their best sex ever – with each other. Hic et nunc in the conference room. And the most impressive detail: nor have they eaten our history making ad literally neither was it part of their digestion in a spritual way; they had just a look at it. That was all. Unbelievable.

The consequences of all of this were clear: we’ve got the job! And so here we are, right on the moon’s surface doing some important research for our next ads.

Unfortunately, some unpleasantly looking questions arose when the reaction on Pfizer’s side sticked to ground zero. We thought that the only association this ad above allows is that it is showing what has been left behind when a Viagra-influenced-Superdick was digging and trying to penetrate an acre of moon land (or some acres more) for a minimum period (just let’s be realistic) of 24 hours. Well, this is what we thought.

Nevertheless, we sold two out of three, so things could have gone worse.

Photography by NASA

WWF – Luft. Die beste Verpackung der Welt.

31 Jan

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Der Job ist schon ein bißchen her…