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 Anonymous said on November 11th, 2005

I love these! Very clever. Do you know where they appeared?


 Von K said on November 11th, 2005

Awesome. I want the Clockwork for my wall!

 Freddy said on November 11th, 2005

Von K… you can download a high res version right here:


 Carla said on November 12th, 2005

These are some of my favorite ads ever made.

 Anonymous said on November 13th, 2005

I love this ads!!

 Kenny Bania - The Freshmaker said on November 14th, 2005

yeah these are pretty old. the clockwork orange one is what elevates this campaign.

 Chris said on December 7th, 2005

these are great!

 Anonymous said on December 7th, 2005

Could someone explain these ads to me, please? I just don’t get them.

 Freddy said on December 7th, 2005

Take the first ad for example… You know its Clockwork “Orange”. CMYK is a printing format and stands for cyan, magenta, yellow, and black (K). For example C: 0 M: 60 Y:90 K:0 = Orange.

Same with the second and third…. Litlle RED riding hood, and Pink PANTHER. Hope this explains it for you.

 thomasGwalker said on December 7th, 2005

for those interested in seeing some more cool print ads done by Saatchi NY, here’s a little link to a website we run from my school.


there’s more cool print stuff, and commercials and what not, when you peruse through the site.

our official school site has cool student work (some used by the clients), if you’re REALLY interested. 🙂



 Anonymous said on December 9th, 2005

Oh these are excellent!

 Noam Samuel said on December 10th, 2005

No RGB? 🙁
But really, it’s a cool concept.

 Michel said on December 11th, 2005
 Jude Ibe said on December 15th, 2005

Very nice I have a clean up highres version on my blog enjoy
high res pic

 give me a frickin' break said on February 22nd, 2006

clever, require too much thinking, advertising should be about hit and run, not a glass of scotch, a cygar and deliberation

 James Welborn said on February 25th, 2006

This IS hit-and-run for their target audience. It’s a paper company’s advertising for placement in graphic arts professionals’ magazines. People like us see this and immediately get the joke.

That’s what makes this so perfect — it’s an industry in-joke and catches your attention with its presentation and focus. Damn good ads.

 Mai-Chi Vu said on March 24th, 2006

Oh my god..

I got it. and I loved it.

-High School Yearbook Geek.

 Adam said on June 15th, 2006

I designed these ads. Pretty flatering that there’s a blog about them. I was just googling the clockwork orange and these came up. I’m psyched. Thanx for all the awesome feedback.
check out my website at alpenkunst.com.
PS. I’m available for freelance.

 Santinasi said on June 5th, 2007

At a country-club party a young man was introduced to an attractive girl. Immediately he began paying her court and flattering her outrageously. The girl liked the young man, but she was taken a bit aback by his fast and ardent pitch. She was amazed when after 30 minutes he seriously proposed marriage.
“Look,” she said. “We only met a half hour ago. How can you be so sure? We know nothing about each other.”
“You’re wrong,” the young man declared. “For the past 5 years I’ve been working in the bank where your father has his account.”

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