La Poste 'robots' by Euro RSCG C&O

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Euro RSCG has created two new TV spots to illustrate the useful features of French stationery and email provider La Poste.

In the first spot, 'robot party', a man explains that he has ordered personalised stamps showing a robot-headed version of himself to send out with invitations to a robot themed party he is hosting.

The camera pans over to the printed stamp sheet as the images come to life and perform a synchronised dance routine.

In the second spot, 'transformer', the computer morphs into a compact space shuttle as it takes off to send the registered letter that the user has created using the La Poste website.


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Released: 22 July 2009

Creative in this campaign:


Creative directors 
Olivier Mouliérac, Jérôme Galinha, Samuel Kadz
Samuel Kadz, Gilles Fanuchi

Thierry Herrant, Agnès Presberg, La Poste
David Nicolas aka N°6
Production company
The Dark Room @ Partizan

Olivier Bassuet

Post-production company
Numéro 6

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