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Trust us? Who?
The helmet manufacturers, Studds, in this case.
Pretty Funny. I'm sure you can think of "funnier" and "stupider" situations (although I like the deadpan feel of your photos....good comedic sensibility). Push the idea.
I would work on the line though. The sentence structure is just a tiny bit awkward.
Thank you The Count,
You can give the credit of situations not being "funnier" and "stupider" to the
scarcity of the camera in office and models atthe right time :)
Any suggestions for the line? I intented to keep it simple.
Ajitesh--off the top of my head:
"Wearing a helmet is never stupid. Especially when you're driving."
"Safety is never stupid."
"Safety is never stupid. Especially when you're driving."
"Don't be stupid, wear a helmet."
"You can never be too safe."
At first glance, I think there might be a little confusion as to what the ad is for (or, at least, Studds is not a popular brand where I'm from).
You might have more freedom with the line if the logo says "Studds Helmets".
Also, people do not always associate the word "driving" with motorcycles.
As for the scarcity of camera opportunities in your office....keep it that way. I love the feel of these photos. Somehow, they possess silly/clever humor....and it's hard for Silly to be clever.
Thanks for your efforts friend.
And yes, I intended to keep the situations very routine.
Your comments are well appriciated.
"you think it's funny? it saved my life once"
"you think it's funny? wait till the quake comes"
"you think it's funny? OK, I'm funny and safe then"
bad hair day??
haha.. i like it.
Thx guys... The count, stsanto, blink... thx a lot.
Yeah rewording the word "driving" to "riding" helps a lot.
I was wondering who other than those racers would wear a helmet in a car. :)
I'm sorry, but these seem fairly shallow in thought.
It's cool...but I think whitespace is right. You should change "driving" to "riding". Unless it's a cultural
Design, to the point that it matters.
I would certainly make the changes.