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Ballet But Entertaining

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May 2009

Description

Outdoor advertisement created by Evolution Bureau, United States for Smuin Ballet Company, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.

Advertising Agency: Evolution Bureau, USA
Executive Creative Director: Stephen Goldblatt
Art Directors: Jeremy Stewart, Enrique Camacho
Copywriters: James Beikmohamadi, Will Zschau
Designer: Steve Knodel
VP Client Services: Kim Kline
Account Director: Rebecca Reid
VP Content Delivery: Andrew Walter
Producer: Jamie Tompetrini
Prepress / Post-Production: DMAX
Photographer: Scott Harben
Photo Retouching: Scott Harben
Executive Producer: Donna Baker – SEE Pictures
Producer: Alicia Conner – SEE Pictures
Stylist: Oak Loakwansathitaya
Hair / Make-Up: Randi Rogers
Duration: April through end of 2009
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eeemmm this is not good. I mean this ad specifically. Ballet but spicy, ballet but sexy, ballet but entertaining??? this is denegrating ballet

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everartz's picture

probably this version is the best of them all but still the concept is vague or the headline has failed to explain...

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I found more info about this campaign at http://www.evb.com/work/smuin-ballet which helps give it context.

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I totally disagree, the ads are elegant. Simple execution, beautifully shot. The idea of advertising is to get you to explore the brand not just have a bland tagline that explains it all. If you want that then go do Yellow Page ads. Good advertising makes you think....hmmm what a concept.

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eeemmm this is not good. I mean this ad specifically. Ballet but spicy, ballet but sexy, ballet but entertaining??? this is denegrating ballet

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Last poster is high....ballet is entertaining you twit

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good retouching

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This series of ads are extremely eye catching. They are everywhere in San Francisco and I can't stop looking at them. Beautiful retouching and great concept. Bravo!

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catchy but extremely insulting

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