[Wow, snazzy outfit!](https://38.media.tumblr.com/d6b45603db6efbf216296645e1355f3f/tumblr_nlu8kxMzaS1qe5rulo1_400.gif)
Am I the only one who understands how this psychologically reframes homelessness itself as an easily escapable situation? The internet requirement is not even the main issue here. Many already have a firmly cemented ideology that leads them to believe that homelessness is easily
I’m pretty sure this is the one I remember. Martial arts magazines were so cool, all the swords and shit for sale in the back pages… http://content.artofmanliness.com/uploads//2012/02/chucknorris.jpg
This billboard was posted last month and everyone in the U.S. was confused, but just so everyone knows…. In the US kitkat is owned/distributed by Hershey. Everywhere else in the world it is done by Nestle. They have different campaigns because of that. Check
It’s almost sad how certain words/phrases can be “off limits” for something as simple as a pun just because of their negative association. It’s honestly a pretty funny ad, but everyone would take it to mean SEGA supported domestic violence if they ran it
> First of all, what is the point of smile capture? You need your camera to put a little box around everyone’s mouth to verify that each person is smiling? You can’t tell by their mouths? Good point. This will only increase the number
Not every ad is trying to convince you to buy something. This is more to generate a positive response towards the brand so that the next time you’re in the market for something they sell, you’ll consider Nike. I’m still fairly new to advertising,
I never understood why bars would advertise having the “coldest beer in town.” There was a beer ad, I think maybe for Newcastle, that said something along the lines of “Because “cold” is not a flavor.” I love that.
wow I would have hated Monsanto back then as well!!!
Do you want a baby alligator? You BET you do. (200 years? I don’t think so . . . )
The 1980s were a great period for art. I mean, sure, there was a lot of weird stuff, but I think the good stuff from this era is better than the good stuff from a lot of other time periods.
The first two had incredibly effective advertising campaigns too though. Granted, their advertising mostly worked domestically, but that applies to most ads (see: search results for “weird Japanese commercials”). I guess Coca Cola just hit the jackpot like crazy.
I wouldn’t really say the toast is the supporting role. i mean people eat just toast (normally) people dont eat just jam or spread.
Tiger nut is actually a type of real nut. It’s what they make Horchata out of in Spain (in mexico, and the US, it’s made from rice) https://www.google.com/search?q=Horchata&client=firefox-a&hs=Szh&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&channel=rcs&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=HgEPVOXVFcWSsQTLzoGgDA&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAQ&biw=1366&bih=657#rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&channel=rcs&tbm=isch&q=horchata+tiger+nuts&spell=1
But with Coke or Pepsi the difference is subjective. I prefer regular CocaCola over the flavor of Pepsi, but I prefer Mountain Dew over Mellow Yellow. I prefer Doctor Pepper over both major cola players. So the advertising, for me, is ineffective, because I
this is the most insane thing i think i’ve ever seen, and i’ve seen the INTERNET!
This was something I just kind of cranked out in ~20 minutes to test the idea before I realized how horrifying it was. Trust me, with a little extra time I can achieve *much* higher levels of mediocrity.
Not tight, just make sure to suck in that pesky mid section all day!
Is this a school project? It’s not bad for student work. If this is in your portfolio, this is why you aren’t getting callbacks. Billboards are designed to convey a quick message, and the company who is usually the client would never green light
This is a major point that people commonly miss in regards to media and advertising. Media isn’t inherently meant to be ethically driven or politically correct. From the Creative Director’s perspective, the objective is to invoke an emotion, incite a response, create a memorable
Doesn’t exist. Edit: Also, the molotov cocktail is highly associated with the terrorist groups in the mind of the general public here in Turkey. In the latest events (Gezi riots), people did everything they could to *not* destruct anything to keep their cause as