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Please stop global warming, 1

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October 2010

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Print advertisement created by & Co., Denmark for Bianco, within the category: Fashion.

Caption

Please stop global warming

Advertising Agency: & Co., Copenhagen, Denmark
Art Directors: Thomas Hoffmann, Martin Storgaard
Photographer: Casper Wackerhausen-Sejersen
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N17's picture

this one is very.... mmmm... important.

N17
Activity Score 475
Creative Director
Guest's picture

Ahahaha I think it is cute to take such a globally important issue and translate it in a way that works with that demographic.

Unfortunately I doubt they will continue on and look into the actual dilemma.

Instead they may just stock up on leather protecting products.

Guest
Guest's picture

Hehe very cool indeed

Guest
Guest's picture

Very sexy

Guest
morse's picture

Sexy, but don't like the idea.

morse
Activity Score 18024
Art Director |

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dthlb72's picture

kind of disturb... but like the girl though

dthlb72
Activity Score 545
Art Director, ADK Malaysia
Roger Keynes's picture

Please stop.

Roger Keynes
Activity Score 5498
Copywriter |

The Jobless Writer
Will Think for Salary

Guest's picture

Well I do like the idea. Not sure if it's really effective, as I don't really see the shoes, but I do kudos them for actually trying to make something creative :)

Guest
HappyHour's picture

silly guest, not seeing the shoes IS the idea

HappyHour
Activity Score 2381
jackmancer2017's picture

That silly guest was me hehe. I'm occasionally logged out at AotW for some reason and I'm so slow to notice.

And yes I understand, not seeing the shoe IS the idea but, that doesn't take away that the shoe IS the product. Advertising is an art but it's also part of marketing.

jackmancer2017
DBB's picture

Im with Roger..

DBB
Activity Score 1216
Guest's picture

These days only bimbos and marketing people believe in global warming!

Guest
Guest's picture

This doesn't even make sense at first and even if you mull over it for a little while and it begins to even make an inkling of sense, you think, "Who cares?" This ad achieved nothing.

Guest
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