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Pro Mente Sana

Simon Danaher for Pro Mente Sana

Our Swiss production with Simon Danaher and Havas Switzerland for the Pro Mente Sana foundation. According to a study, 20% of respondents said that they are currently in a prolonged emotional low. Two-thirds have at least experienced periods in which they have not been well for a long time. The Pro Mente Sana Foundation wants to counteract this with a re-launch of their well-tried “How are you?” campaign and encourage the Swiss to speak more openly about their mental health.




Pro Mente Sana


Agency - Havas Switzerland

Creative Direction - Patrick Beeli

Art Direction - Willi Oberhänsli

Art Buying - Ilonka Galliard

Photography - Schaub Stierli

3D/CGI - Simon Danaher

Post-production Iza Zembrzuska

Production - Analog/Digital

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