Boag’s Draught, a beer developed by Lion Nathan in Australia, is being associated with the pure waters of Tasmania in a television advertising campaign launched on February 22. What goes into the water comes out improved, from a push bike to a motor bike, from a knife to a light saber…
Three television commercials, 60, 30 and 15 seconds, introduce us to the transforming powers of the Tasmanian water. An old narrator, played by John Flaus, holds a ukelele, then guitar then balalaika, telling the imaginative story of how the pure waters of Tasmania are special, and have the power to make things better. The local community gathers to dunk a wide range of objects into the water and receive improved and somewhat surprising versions in return.
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The Pure Waters campaign was developed at Publicis Mojo, Sydney, by creative director Micah Walker, senior art director Steve Wakelam, senior copywriter Grant McAloon, agency producer Jasmin Ferguson, account service team Simon Ludowyke, Tara Seymour, and head of strategy Nicole Milward.
Sound was designed by Simon Lister at Nylon Studios. Music was composed by Elliott Wheeler.