Aspirin: Einstein, Baird, Wright

Post pobrano z: Aspirin: Einstein, Baird, Wright

“The General Theory of Relativity of 1915 changed the way we view the universe overnight. However, it took Einstein 10 years to perfect it, something like 3650 days and 3650 nights.
A simple idea can change the World. Aspirin – 110 years.”

“The phrase “there’s nothing on tv” is even older than television itself. The physicist John Logie Baird repeated it thousands of times until finally, in 1926, after four years of work; he could see something on the screen.
A simple idea can change the World. Aspirin – 110 years.”

“The Wright Brothers flight that inaugurated aviation in 1903 lasted only 59 seconds. Very little compared to the 6 years it took them to have the plane ready. Some things haven’t changed; flights are still shorter than the wait. A simple idea can change the World. Aspirin – 110 years.”

Advertising Agency: Young & Rubicam, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Excecutive Creative Director: Martin Mercado
Creative Director: Hernan Damilano
Art Directors: Florencia Font, Hernan Damilano
Copywriters: Ezequiel Saul, Hernan Damilano
Photographer: Matias Posti
Published: April 2010


Dodaj komentarz