Wall's 'garage' by Saatchi & Saatchi

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Walls has launched the second spot in its campaigns by Saatchi & Saatchi featuring a miniature dog who expresses men’s feelings for them.

Alan the dog helps out another man who can't express his emotions. This time it’s for an unsuspecting garage. The TV ad was written by Dan Warner and art directed by Andy Vasey. It was directed by Andy McLeod through rattling Stick. Post-production was by Big Buoy and audio post-production was by Wave.

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Released: 01 June 2011

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Credits

Client
Phil Chapman, Chief Marketing Officer

Claire Winstanley, Marketing Director

Executive Creative Directors
Paul Silburn

Kate Stanners

Creative Directors
Andy Jex
Rob Potts

Copywriter
Dan Warner

Art Director
Andy Vasey

Planner
Tim Gibson

Media Agency
Vizeum

Media Planner
Mike McCoy

Production Company
Rattling Stick

Director
Andy McLeod

Editor
Andy McGraw-Stitch

Post-Production
Big Buoy

Audio Post-Production
Wave, Parv Thind

Exposure
TV, Print

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