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Delving into it a bit more, you say that lots of people have drawn things using gps. That would be ok if you leapt from miscellaneous drawings to the idea of drawing dicks. But this didn’t. This went from drawing ...
I'm afraid it kind of is man. The drawing of dicks using the maps was someone else's idea. It was then repurposed for a advertising purpose. And let's not pretend that the creatives who 'repurposed' it didn't see the original ...
Sigh... no. It wasn't "just a logo"on the end. Delve into a bit more. Use your brain. You're better than this. (Hopefully.)
So you’re saying the idea is the logo that was put on it? Then no, it doesn’t deserve idea of the year. As an industry, we’re a lot better than this.
Yes, but what about the other Cannes winner this year that used the same idea. Doesn't mean it's not good, just not 'the' best idea.
Hi Claire. You're right, drawing things with a GPS exercise app isn't new. In fact you weren't even the first person to do it. The"idea" here is the link to Testicular Cancer and the fact that exercise is one of ...
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