Durex : The Pants Whisperer

While it's common knowledge that men actually possess two heads, you may not realize that therapy exists for the one that's...you know, not on your shoulders. Allow Durex to enlighten you by making an appointment with penis therapist

Published On
Nov 21, 2006

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While it's common knowledge that men actually possess two heads, you may not realize that therapy exists for the one that's...you know, not on your shoulders. Allow Durex to enlighten you by making an appointment with penis therapist Dr. Caressa Cox. Created by agency Fitzgerald and Company, interactive shop Struck Design and production house Trace Pictures, the tongue-in-cheek web experience features a plethora of hilarious video footage as Dr. Cox attempts to diagnosis you by asking a plethora of probing questions related to your afflicted appendage. Additional resources found throughout the doctor's virtual office include the Penis Name Generator, downloadable "Dickorations" (figure it out, smart guy) and, of course, information about the condom manufacturer's plethora of products.

Credits

Date
Nov 21, 2006
Director, Photography:
Anthony Seck
Lead Designer:
Brian Powell
Designer:
Eric Turner
Lead Developer:
Matt Wigham
Developer:
Paul Soloman
Developer:
Jeramy Morrill
Creative Director:
Carlos Ricque
Art Director:
David MacCarroll
Senior Copywriter:
Evan Levy
Additional Writing:
Steve Babcock
Agency Producer:
Lindsey Fischbach
Interactive Executive Producer:
Kyle Snarr
Associate Design Director:
Mike Kern
Director:
Justin Stephenson
Live Action Executive Producer:
Trisha Emerson
Live Action Producer:
Mark Hesselink
Chief Creative Officer:
Eddie Snyder
Interactive Studio:
Struck Design
Production Company:
Trace Pictures
Client:
Durex
Agency:
Fitzgerald & Company
Brand:
Durex

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