ITV ‘injustice’ by BBH

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ITV has launched a series of print and digital ads to promote the crime drama Injustice.

The campaign will break with a teaser phase first, consisting of unbranded print and digital to create intrigue and conversation around the campaign, before the big reveal. The ads aim to challenge viewers to stop and think. The work was created by Simon Pearse and Emmanuel Saint M’Leux. The illustrator was Norma Bar.

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Released: 02 June 2011

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Credits

Client
Sarah Hewett, Senior Brand Manager - Drama, Soaps, Entertainment  

 

Oliver Rudland, Head of Marketing - Drama, Entertainment & Daytime

Creative Team
Simon Pearse

Emmanuel Saint M'Leux

Creative Director
David Kolbusz

Nick Kidney

Head of Art
Mark Reddy

Producer
Sally Green

Austin Vernon

Digital Designer
Craig Jones

Craig Dodd

Jon Wiltshire

Team Manager
Lucy Scott

Team Director
Ebla Salvi

Planners
Emma Caldwell

Anastassios Tsitsopoulos

Illustrator
Noma Bar

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