Inspiration Room posts relating to: Czech Republic

The Clavin Erection Blister

Clavin Erectile Dysfunction Remedy, packaged with innuendo, has won a Gold Clio for Design at the 2013 Clio Awards.

The Clavin Erection Blister

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Harley Davidson Quit Pretending

Harley Davidson motorbikes are viewed as an expensive brand, admired but unaffordable. Pilsen Harley Davidson dealer PHD Bikes ran a magazine advertising campaign aimed at the people who when they see a Harley parked on the street pretend they’re the owner. The message, associated with the “Sportster XL1200V . Seventy-Two™”, “FLSTF Fat Boy®”, “FLHRC Road King® Classic”, is quit pretending and look into leasing. The campaign won a Silver Award for Automotive at the 2012 London International Awards.

Harley Davidson Sportster XL1200V

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Museum of Communism Open Daily

Museum of Communism is a museum in Prague focusing on the totalitarian regime in Czechoslovakia from the February coup in 1948 through to its rapid collapse in November 1989. The museum’s latest print advertising campaign features escapes from the Soviet Union, through the Berlin Wall, fences and a river. “Open daily from 9:00-21:00.”

Museum of Communism Escapes

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Lide Klara Inflatable End

Lide, the dating site run by Seznam in the Czech Republic, is featured as bad news for inflatable sex dolls in “Klara”, a cinema commercial released this month. Klara (Kláry), a sex doll in a happy relationship, is devastated to find that her boyfriend is cheating on her with a real girl. The story is flashed back as Clara falls from her apartment to the ground below. The ad ends with an obvious truth: It’s easy to find a real date on www.lide.cz.

Lide Klara commercial

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PIAF Where Bad Ideas Go To Die

PIAF, the Prague International Advertising Festival, held on May 11 and 12, is calling for creative entries, with a deadline of March 25. This year’s call for entries takes the theme, “Where Bad Ideas Go To Die”, with a poster advertising campaign focusing on creative agencies around the world. The PIAF armoured bird appears on posters featuring the offices of creative agencies in the USA, the United Kingdom, Spain, France and Brazil, with a threat personally addressed to creative directors. “Yeah that’s right John. We know where you live. Or at least where your pets think you live. What comes next is up to you. Only the best survive”. The site, wherebadideasgotodie.com, provides a chilling implementation of the theme, showing creatives being destroyed for their bad ideas. It will be interesting to see how agencies respond. Threat is not usually a great incentive for creative competition.

PIAF Where Bad Ideas Go To Die

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