A really nice press ad to address the issue of growing population. Unfortunately, the agency bhind the ad is unknown. Anybody knows where and who did this really cool ad. VIA: ads of the world
Thursday, April 27, 2006
Posted by cipher at 4/27/2006 02:16:00 PM
This print campaign for Adidas was intended to compliment a series of television commercials for the Gigaride technology that promises "Unstoppable Cushioning." This campaign was developed by Nonbox. The team included with Creative Director, Steve Flood, Illustrator, Marc Gabbana and Designer, Matt Davis.
The agency had to work from an existing creative concept showcased in a series of 30-second television commericials. The commercials had the benefit of time to tell their story whereas the nonbox design team was limited to expressing the same message in one frame--be it a poster, window banner or POS insert.
Posted by cipher at 4/27/2006 12:35:00 PM
2 Press Ads for Salon Premium, a hip, independent hair salon. The ads were meant to reflect the Salon's irreverant culture and bring in new customers looking for a dramatic change. The Art Director is Gordon Chislett and Copywriter is Matt McNelis. The ads were featured on the Once Club Showcase recently.
Posted by cipher at 4/27/2006 12:24:00 PM
Wednesday, April 26, 2006
Posted by cipher at 4/26/2006 01:28:00 PM
Ouch! These really know how to grab you by your collar! A series of posters for a public service client called "The Sisterhood Collective" done by an agency called Brand Curry in Delhi, India. I really think these grab attention but its like attention without any effect. A nude woman on any piece of communcation would do the same! Does anybody have any other opinions on this one? VIA: ads of the world
Posted by cipher at 4/26/2006 09:54:00 AM
Thanks to Julien Didier for sending in these ads done by Publicis Conseil in France. They are for a brand of Lawn Mowers called Viking. The Art Director is Jean marc tramoni and the Copywriter is Marc Rosier. To be honest, I dont really get the one with the dog!
Posted by cipher at 4/26/2006 09:30:00 AM
Posted by cipher at 4/26/2006 09:23:00 AM