Foreign countries are fucking weird about this stuff man. I saw a popcorn ad in India that was like whole yellow canned corn kernels in a popcorn bucket ‘appetizingly’ steaming.
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Since 1948. A Leader In Style. [Here’s another shot of it.](http://images.nymag.com/images/2/daily/2010/01/20100107_obamabillboard_560x375.jpg)
Swede here. Swedes are very Politically Correct overall and there is very few, if any, that would dispute the moral of the laws against corporal punishments. People don’t even see it as a choice, who would beat/hurt their kids to actually bring them up?
The concepts at play here are good, but I can’t help but feel the execution is a little clunky. I understood it, but it’s a bit conceptually busy for an advertisement.
The campaign was apparently from BBDO Colombia, and executed by the Illustrator Andry Gordeev: http://www.behance.net/gallery/Twix-Alka-Seltzer-and-other-ad-illustrations/741714 He has an impressive portfolio..
The case study for that campaign which won Gold in Cannes is here – http://www.canneslions.com/work/2013/branded/entry.cfm?entryid=4624&award=99&order=0&direction=1 Pardon the buzzwords..
I don’t get it. Moisturizer doesn’t help with wrinkles. It helps with dry skin. And the Photoshop work is seriously off putting. Also is that Arnold Schwarzenegger’s forehead?
As far as I can tell its just a joke. Maybe directed at organ players during church or something. I wouldn’t get too hung up on it. What I do know about it though, is that it was the synthesizer used on Dark Side
Agreed that there is no direct call to action, but they do list a website at least. But what I think they’re going for is evoking an unexpected emotion (like the one that hit me) when I saw it. Urbanites like myself are not
There’s 3 different articles saying 3 different things on that alone. He responded to the guardian saying it was 50 job offers. On his website it was 60. On another newspaper it was 100! All based from a quote on his blog. Is it
I grew up in south Mississippi around chicken, hog, cow, any animal you can imagine farms (even had a few llamas and buffalo). These chicken farmers don’t think they’re doing anything wrong: packing tons of chickens into a single crate is simply how it’s
I know that. haha My point is they are trying to sell a lock by stating that their lock is so good it just becomes apart of the bike rack itself. But only part of it does. I would hope the packaging shows how
I think it would’ve made more sense to me if they were the big old style can headphones from the 60s instead of newer headphones. Then it would make a little more sense for batteries in a walkman…since no one listens to music on
This would be true of the hand came in from the bottom left of the image From the top right is giving and welcoming.
I looked at this a dozen times before I noticed the shadow of the girl. I feel like a big dummy.
This is great! My nephew loves lego technic, although it is always me who ends up actually putting it together (he is only 4 years old and some of these are too difficult to put together even for me, also, he has no patience)
Yeah, but given the context, that it’s an ad, it would be easy to figure out what it meant. What would be the advertising message in “grandpa had a stroke”? That strokes happen? That would be an odd way to draw attention to that
It’s shopped. In the [original](http://definitelyfilipino.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Pinatubo+Philippines2.jpg), they were getting the hell out of there.
Yeah, I hate those ‘this is a thing, you see how it’s like this?’ adverts. Using the beatles as an analogy is bad.
All the different tram lines merge together to form the pride flag at the bottom.
San Franciscan here. It does. We also roller skate, wear tiny messenger bags/man purses, and still use radio headphones. The women aren’t nearly that attractive though.
[3 more versions here!](http://helloyoucreatives.com/post/28480020858/literally-taken-this-is-a-real-bed-breakfast)