du hast das Thema "super" getroffen. Toll Darstellung und Idee. Ich hoffe es geht dir gut!
Cool job fits the briefing!
Thx Carlos for your comment!!
Thanks Manolo, I'm glad you liked it!
Thumbs up for the both of you.
Thanks Bert for your nice comment!!
I love it! Great work and Team! :]]]]
Thx a lot Peter!!!
Very good job!!! You put a lot of effort into it!
Yes!! Thank you very much dear Eva!!
this is INSANELY AWESOMEEE !!!!!!
almost forgot....you have aaaalllll my stars !!! ;))))
Thx very much for your comment Alex!!
Thx a lot Steve!!
What a story:)
:) hehe a charming approach!
For me I have the feeling the second and the first pictures would make more sense in a reversed order (if they would exchange places) - no?
I wonder where the person got the courage and the strength from to suddenly take action?
Thanks for the feedback! :)
We already played with the idea of reversing this two images but we felt that it make more sense in the current order, Mostly because the first image symbolize a dreaming state (thats also one of the reason that the image is called wake up)
As for the second question, we thought of it when we were making the image, and we came to the conclusion that would be better make it open to interpretation, mostly because there are many different places for you to get the strength to overcome the problem. Family, friends, professional help, even yourself, are only some of them, so we wouldn't have wanted to segregate our audience telling them, you need a family to overcome the problem, because maybe, your family dont understand your emotional state or you need friends, because maybe that person has no good friends available...
Thats why we decided to make message clear and simple for a extremely complex subject. Wake up and take control of your life.
Thanks for explaining!
Well, you know I don't think that that message hit the nail on the head. "Wake up and take control of your life" would be very easy. Too easy if you suffer from depression.
This is a very important part of the briefing:
" On the one hand, society often dismisses it as an anxiety disorder, and on the other as an “emotional” illness or a “modern” illness with ideological and metaphysical connotations. There is a great need for factual information. The aim is to highlight the topic of “depression” as an illness that can happen to anyone and should not be seen as a personal failure. This should be linked with the positive message that the illness can be treated."
Especially "Should not be seen as personal failure."
You need professional help.
That's why we also pointed out in the halftime feedback:
"The positive direction and metaphor your artwork should try to implement should not banalise depression. Its still a serious and underestimated illnesses, that can not be healed with "just be happy"."
I still think you have a charming technique but the message is too banal imo.
ermm Okaaay... you don't had to quote most of the briefing or the half time feedback to prove your point, its ok to have differing opinions.
I don't believe we're banalizing the issue, my mother passed away way too early by this illness.
I think this is offtopic, so please send me a pm if you want to keep discussing the topic. I don't feel like showing my life for everyone else here.
Excellent idea dear friends!
Thx for comment Evgeni!
A pleasant, witty and important proposal before such a devastating illness like depression. And I say with all certainty because for the sufferer, is not easy to see joy as a life choice. But we know that with the help of our close friends and not do our part, it would be impossible to survive. It is a disease that needs to be addressed both by the patient and their environment (family and friends)
Thx so much Jorge for your nice comment!!
Thank you very much dear Akaki!
Many thanks, Sergio!
Αn integrated work! Good luck
Thx for comment mate!I appreciate that!
congratulations team excellent idea!
This is realy outstanding concpet !!! Great "out of box" Thinking !!! good luck!
out of the box approach. nicely done. good luck!
I dont get the last image in the series. Looks like he's passing the peg out of his butt. Was that intentional? Other than that nice concept but takes time to get it and I think if you don;t know the subject it's left open to many other representations outside the depression realm.
He! He! :)) This is a very original approach guys!