Hockey player

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June 2009

Producer: Jane Mill

Photographer: Stephen Langdon

Outdoor advertisment created by Saatchi & Saatchi, New Zealand for Sol, within the category: Alcoholic Drinks.

Advertising Agency: SAATCHI & SAATCHI NZ Auckland, New Zealand
Executive Creative Director: Mike O'Sullivan
Creative Director: Luke Chess
Copywriters: Slade Gill, Dave Govier, Paul Coghlan
Advertiser's Supervisor: Clare Morgan
Planner: David Mcindoe
Account Manager: Saya Tran
Account Director: Daniel Thorn
Account Supervisor: Mark Cochrane
Art Directors: Stephen De Wolf, Levi Slavin
Production Company: Reload
Production Co Producer: Catherine Maccormick
Design: Nick Smith

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morse's picture
Activity Score 18024

Haha! Cheerleader fail.

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federo's picture
Activity Score 781

like the idea

i have doubts about photoshop work

everartz's picture
Activity Score 7613

total disaster!

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NatalieM's picture
Activity Score 1685

Ha, are those Amish people in the background?! Wow!

Guest's picture

Can't tell if the cheerleader on the left suppose to be hanging off the barbed wire? Her arm positions sure seem like she should.

Guest's picture

I burst out laughing when I saw this ad. One, yes although it is a far fetched idea it is pretty funny. Two, I really cant get over the photoshop work. I know it's pretty much a broken record here to say crap photoshopping - but this does take the cake! AND here is why: all of the people each have different lighting and shading, the shadows are different, the arm isn't aligned to the top of the fence, and none of them are really in proportion! The cheerleading on the ground is just hilarious, looks like she has been skewed into place! (and I do think those people are in fact Amish lol) I completely agree - looks like a comp layout.

peperaton's picture
Activity Score 8

hahaha!!! good idea

dreamer_'s picture
Activity Score 161

la idea no es mala.. aunque la resolucion gráfica no es la mejor