Ad Agency Ogilvy & Mathers Converts Children's Dreams into Reality

 - Dec 23, 2013
References: facebook & designtaxi
In response to a request by a client, Japanese tech company giant Konica Minolta, advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather has recently created a 'dream printer' that prints children's dreams out onto a piece of paper.

The advertisement takes the slogan, 'Giving Shape to Ideas' in a literal sense, and does exactly that. The event was located at an outdoor park with the intention of getting children to write down their dreams on a piece of paper to feed to the magical printer. As the child feeds the piece of paper into the printing booth, a caricature artist secretly hidden inside the booth, translates the dreams into cartoon drawings of the children living out the dream.

Each child receive a portrait of themselves realizing their ambitions. Some of the children's dreams include being a teacher, a princess and many more.