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Kin's picture
Activity Score 86's so 80's....

Punch's picture
Activity Score 612


"Aquí también se opina en español y em português".

"no silencies lo que no sabes expresar".

Pacific Blue's picture
Pacific Blue
Activity Score 335
Pacific Blue's picture
Pacific Blue
Activity Score 335

USA Agency,
spanish copy...

hmmmm.... the latin revolution seems unstoppable...

mrtalented's picture
Activity Score 2171

i can't see the connection between visual and headline. and i don't understand why this kind of ad is chosen.

juliangray's picture
Activity Score 987

dear god no!!

Joe Harris's picture
Joe Harris
Activity Score 176

hey ivan,

its not april fools for at least another 11 months.

hey anyone from nz remember those rubella ads??

bubblestheclownfish's picture
Activity Score 614

And why mix ideas? Why throw in the curled page corner? Just makes it worse.

Jet Propulsion Lab's picture
Jet Propulsion Lab
Activity Score 10679

This is just plain deplorable work.
Whenever a minority shop (in this case, a Hispanic agency) produces an ad or a campaign, it almost always feels like a complete departure from the brand work... A client hires a minority shop because of their special understanding/insight into a specific audience it wants to reach.
Now I don't know what the copy is saying here, but looking at what's in front of me, seems like VISA just wasted their money calling on their "special services"...

slim's picture
Activity Score 1047

Life is NOW? Holy shit, that changes everything.

Beatboxer's picture
Activity Score 1517

It actually does. I'm late for it...

x-men's picture
Activity Score 340

these campaign is bad no matter is their are hispanics involved, fuckin racists.

noduh's picture
Activity Score 20

Are these "ground breaking?" Of course not.

But, whether you like them or not, they're for a CREDIT CARD!!!

What does that mean? What do these credit card things do???

They allow you to do what you want NOW and pay for it later.

Hence the "Life is now" line.

And in each example, they relate to what the particular person wants/wants to do NOW.

So in THAT regard, they work. Do people actually stop and read ads anymore? Who the f knows.