Prime promotes 'Secret Diary of a Call Girl' with Adshel campaign via DraftFCB, Auckland

Screen shot 2012-12-03 at 11.18.34 AM.jpg'Secret Diary of a Call Girl' is a TV show on Prime about a high class call girl who, for a price, can make any fantasy a reality.

To promote the series, DraftFCB, Auckland created this Adshel campaign.

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8 Comments

Bob said:

Might get a few more viewers if it was able to be read....

rrrrrr said:

do you even art?

Thick said:

I don't get it.

Roger said:

Is this a reference to Ted Bundy?

Marvin said:

Looking forward to seeing the "Regan" collection.

Gaz is wrong said:

Just laying things out flat isn't a rip.

My thoughts - less guff - too complicated. Unless the fantasy is being a dog while snorkling through a supermarket on your hands and knees spatula stopwatch. Rubberband. In that case they've nailed it.

Or maybe by calling each poster by a clients name we assume that all the objects are related to that one man.

I'm over-thinking this.

Really said:

Does Prime pay for this? If so wouldn't they want the day and time it's on on it?

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