Heineken: Reflections of Male Misery

Heineken's new no-copy, all-pathos print ads are inspired, according to agency Publicis/New York, by the wryly comic "Disturbance" TV spot, in which a dummy working in a bar drops about 12 bottles of Heini on a really hard floor

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Heineken's new no-copy, all-pathos print ads are inspired, according to agency Publicis/New York, by the wryly comic "Disturbance" TV spot, in which a dummy working in a bar drops about 12 bottles of Heini on a really hard floor
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Date
May 16, 2005
Client:
Heineken
Executive Creative Director:
Duncan Marshall
Executive Creative Director:
Howard Willmott
Art Director:
Anthony Nelson
Copywriter:
Mike Sutherland
Art Producer:
Maggie Meade
Agency:
Publicis New York
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