New print work out of Indonesia

Conservation_Int_Press.jpgHere are two new print campaigns out of Indonesia. The first, from Grey Jakarta, highlights awareness for Conservation International that coral will disappear without our help.

In the other campaign, Y&R Jakarta has created a transit outdoor campaign for Activia Yoghurt which helps to speed up digestion.


Credits - Client: Conservation International. Agency: Grey Jakarta. ECD: Ali Shabaz. CD: Agus Arbana. Copywriter: Abimanyu Satrio. Art Director: Johan Wangarrij. Account Managers: Saiful Anwar, Poppy, Juria Haruni.

Credits - Client: Danone Dairy Indonesia. Agency: Y&R Jakarta, ECD: Sachin Ambekar. CD: Fariz Ahmad. Art Director: Nurdin Su. Copywriter: Nurarifin Nugroho. Photographer: Handri Karya. Retoucher: Icandi Singapore.


Anonymous said:

Wow, i didn't know they ate pigs in indonesia....theyre 99% muslim you know.

Anonymous said:

i like the piggy... damn cute. All in all, cute piece of work that brighten up my day.

Anonymous said:

The hands forming coral....

Has been done in India before ...just that the hands form a tree.

We need a new insight for these ads now not just 'if they die mankind will die too'....dont think this is believable anymore...nobody cares.

Anonymous said:

WWF has followed Ali Shabaz to Grey. Wow.

Anonymous said:

I quite like the cow but is pig necessary? I think one is enough. I don't mind the coral but it feels 3-4 years back. Ali did better WWF at JWT

Anonymous said:

11:02AM, you were referring to the same ALI of JWT who did the WWF 'Noughts and Crosses' print campaign? Well, in that case, I'm sure he did it better.

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