This Huggies Campaign Spells Out the Activities of Growing Infants

 - Nov 11, 2011
References: ogilvy & adsoftheworld
There are significant milestones associated with growing up, though one of the least glamorous is learning how to use the toilet on your own. This Huggies campaign focuses on those other stepping stones to learning and maturing that are in a way made possible by controlling the basic functions of a baby's body.

Despite striving to promote a brand of diapers, the Excell Ogilvy agency of Honduras does not place a single nappy in any one of the three prints. Instead, the endearing and iconic image of toy blocks with letters inspires young parents to feel warm and fuzzy about the development of their toddlers. Along these lines, impressive pairings of words are found within the Huggies campaign like "play dirty," "kisses bites" and "crawls break."