L’Odyssée de Cartier


Released today, a crazy 3:30 Minute piece directed by Bruno Aveillan, nearly two years in the making with a team of 50 people. Details to follow, but until then enjoy the craziness on Cartier’s Facebook page or via Art-Spire. Update: Produced by QUAD with Effects by Digital District. Update 2: Unfortunately a version on vimeo with more info was made password protected, so we’re back to the other links.

13 Comments

B Korsmit

It’s really low res on facebook. I’m missing a plugin on Art-Spire and on Vimeo it’s password protected.. What gives?

bearbaer

it’s very “sucker punch”. stylish and pretty and everything but after seeing half of it you get tired of all the epicness and ask yourself “whats the point”.

Jurgen K

I like the 2001 room at the end.

chongololo

Dull.

Blake Wilton

Theres a full res version over on the QUAD site. 

Federale

The spot is incredibly well executed. Beautiful art direction and impeccable execution. Personally the subject matter and the “concept” is a little bit over the top and ends up being a bit too “epic”. I feel like my eyes gained 20 pounds from ingesting so much sweetness. I want to visually puke now.

Adam Ben Ami

i think these big brands could make a much better impression putting more time on concept and a message than the execution. we got another great eye candy.. so… ? we forget it fast. a good message can last much longer

Olivier Ezra Ledoux

It’s called ‘Cartier ou l’amour des Rubbles, Yuans et Rupees’.  
Too epic, this kind of graphics makes me fall sleeping.

Derick Manning

I caught this yesterday on the telly – definitely captured my attention for the full 3.5 min

Maurice Panisch

Here is a bigger Version:

Sébastien Ocana

Great ad : it’s a subtil way to market the best new rich customers of the french market : Russian; Asian, and Indian… Clever

QUAD productions

We had to protect the film before the release by Cartier on the French television.https://vimeo.com/37794918

Quad

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