Rondon Fernandes, is a Brazilian ad copywriter (www.rondonfernandes.com.br) who makes cartoons in his spare time. One of his favorites heroes is called FDP (S.O.B.) Son of b… or in Brazilian portuguese Filho da p…. It’s a visual translation of the expression. And since there’re S.O.B. everywhere, even in the ad industry, there’re sketches about creatives, accounts, directors etc.
“If you look at it on the peaceful side… it’s a funny coïncidence. If you’re not that much into the happy hippy kind of mood you could call this an intentional recycling or even worse : a nasty copycat.”
Volkswagen Cars – 1992
Headline : “For Peace / Peace of mind”
Source : French Art Directors Club
Agency : DDB Paris (France)
“Same advertizer, same idea… but different agencies. Do you think that recycling an existing concept could be considered as an eco-friendly process? I think that it’s wasted time (photoshoot, photoshop, printing), energy and money which at the end is not so eco-friendly.”
Greenpeace Switzerland – 2009
Source : Edi Award “special prize”
Agency : Spinas CH (Switzerland)
Greenpeace Turkey – 2012
Source : Adsoftheworld
Agency : Memac Ogilvy & Mather Dubaï (UAE)
ANUBIS was a very old god of the ancient Egyptians, universally worshipped throughout the land and became considered the gatekeeper and ruler of the underworld; the “Guardian of the veil“ he was “Lord of the Cleansing Room” and the opener of the roads of the North. “He observed the weighing of the deceased’s heart against the feather of Maat [Truth] and reported his findings to the jury of the gods.