I’m going to take an alternative view to everyone else. I don’t like it. I look for stories and drama in advertising, because that’s what I look for in all other forms of art and entertainment. I don’t see the drama. I don’t see
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Campaign was created by Grey Worldwide India Mumbai. If any choice was made on the hand colour, besides a reflection of diversity, it could be representative of the most common ethnicities in India and Germany – seeing DHL are German.
I actually like the caption. I think it also helps to balance it visually. It would have been better a bit larger, though.
They were so so so so so close to being completely clever and original, then they brought out the models -_-
Submarines are generally painted black. Makes them harder to spot while out at sea. A white periscope would stand out against the waves. But, judging by the downvotes, I’m probably wrong.
When I visited New York for a couple days last summer, I’d bought some nice sensible, flat, sturdy sandals specially for the trip, since I planned on walking a lot. However, between the 9 hour flight to get there, and the 100 degree heat
oh like the branded shapes from the PS controller are just as fun to press like bubble wrap. ok that’s cool. i was stuck on how bubble wrap is like their controller, but i guess that’s what i get for playing xbox
I don’t think this is as much adporn as it is a the doors appreciation post.
I personally don’t think the ad focuses more on the actual experience of flying itself, as opposed to how airline companies make the experience out to be. Yes, flying is hell too – but the airline companies don’t make it look so – and
White people the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful human beings I’ve ever known in my life. Edit: [Context](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIiOXff8A5Y), in case this ever gets taken out of it.
Really nice play around a strong user insight: people are getting desensitized to lung cancer information and respond poorly to it. Cancer is not the thing to be avoided here, it’s having to sit through cancer information. Clever way of instating connivence and a
It’s kinda funny and they are all true statements except the horse riding one. I’d wager more folks who ride horses drink merlot when reach the coasts.. Though agreed it is not unique and the layout/execution especially with the word spacing is awful. But
I agree with you that the negligence with which people regard human life is a problem, but honestly, I don’t think that people who don’t use guns can be blamed for gun violence. Certainly there are instances of people who have no idea what
http://www.ray-ban.com/usa/neverhide/campaign Here for more ads. I especially like the one where two men are holding hands in a 1940s setting.
For any young’uns who may be reading this and don’t get the reference, back in the 80s there was a quarterback named [Jim McMahon](http://i.cdn.turner.com/si/multimedia/photo_gallery/0812/oklahoma.covers/images/860903.jpg). The headband and shades became his trademark.
oddly enough frontline isn’t really working this year. I had to switch to advantage
Seems to have creepy fascist overtones… and then I found this gem of a quote from comrade Wilson: “The competent leader of men cares little for the internal niceties of other people’s characters: he cares much–everything–for the external uses to which they may be
The problem is that I see the words Defender before I see the Land Rover: Go Beyond. Had my eyes been drawn to the tagline of Go Beyond or if it was just larger and in the picture as opposed to off the image,
[The whole campaign](http://tower88.com/2013/01/21/pictionary-quick-draw-wins/) is worth checking out. (It was unbelievable hard to find a site with them collected…)
Yeah, I’m not really sure why they just didn’t cut a hole in the middle. Clever ad, though.
[For the downvoters.](http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2012/oct/26/gay-sperm-donor-pay-child-support-maintenance)
That would have been a mild spoiler in the middle if the 90’s, come on! The ad is nice
Nothing you’ve said in this thread makes it sound like you dislike them for any other reason than their recent popularity with a market wider than you want to see yourself being part of. Seems like most of the time someone describes an artist