Pulp Culture Dolls in New Zealand

New Zealand magazine Pulp Culture relaunched as a popular culture centrepoint in 2006 with an animated television commercial featuring plastic dolls. Waxing for a Brazilian, a fashion shoot, classy furniture, nude photography, ambient art, entertainment, music… it’s all in there.

Barbie has a Brazilian wax treatment

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Pulp Culture Entertainment TV ad

Pulp Culture Arts TV ad

Credits

The Pulp Culture TV ad was developed at DraftFCB New Zealand, by creative director James Mok, art director Dave Brady, copywriter Hayley Brunt and agency producer Esther Watkins.

Filming/animation was directed by Tom Reilly via The Cartel with producer Rich Collins.

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Location New Zealand New Zealand

3 Responses to Pulp Culture Dolls in New Zealand

  1. Wayne Gordon says:

    These guys are the kings of kiwi claymation.

    Check out Man With Issues at

    http://www.suspendedanimations.co.nz

  2. cole says:

    that is cool

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