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Never steal ideas

Joelapompe.net: JWT

Joelapompe.net: Publicis

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Joelapompe.net: TBWA

Joelapompe.net: DDB

1. JWT – Kathmandu

2. Saatchi & Saatchi – Botswana

3. Publicis Hepta – Azerbaijan

4. TBWA / ADAPT – Nairobi

5. Openeyes DDB – Kazakhstan

You don’t want to end up there. Beware of copycats.

First of all let me explain what is the company about. Joe la Pompe is a website dedicated to find ads that are very similar in concept or execution. They put it one next to the other and put the “less original” as the second one that published. I agree with the idea that all creatives must know what’s going on in the world so they never repeat something already done. However in this ads I think they are being a little bit insulting with this agencies in those countries. Maybe is true I don’t want to work there, but maybe those agencies are doing great stuff and that people is actually looking for not repeating ideas. I don’t know if these agencies are well-known for stealing ideas but if not, they should have come up with big name of agencies in countries where they don’t exist. Design wise I like the simplicity of the ad. I like they did the logo in the center small so you can actually have to come closer to get the message. The logo of Joe la Pompe direct me with the arrow to the website so it is effective.

Art Director: Georges Kyrillos

Copywriter: Chris Jabre, Joe

Published: April 2011

Via Adsoftheworld

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