Zwilling Knife for More Portions

Zwilling Knives, from J.A. Henckels, are presented as the solution to tricky situations in this print advertising campaign from Thailand. A nun and her class look at one small cake, perhaps brought by one of the pupils for a birthday treat. A military man cuts up an apple, with the eyes of all the other soldiers waiting to see how many slices he can produce.

Nun and children in Zwilling Knives print advertisement


Soldiers in Zwilling Knives print advertisement

Credits

The Zwilling campaign was developed at BBDO, Bangkok, Thailand, by executive creative directors Nikrom Kulkosa and Suthisak Sucharittanonta, creative directors Vasan Wangpaitoon, Juntiga Nasunee, art director Natee Likitsuwankool, and copywriter Thanasorn Janekankit. Photography and retouching was provided by Chub Nokkaew at Chubcheevit, Bangkok.

  • roger

    These are fantastic!

    I just moved in with a chef, and a good chefs knive can carve a steak into degustation for two instead of steak for one.

    Great, really killer insight. Well done.