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Col. Mustard

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December 2011
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Print advertisment created by UFPR, Brazil for Clue, within the category: Gaming.

Col. Mustard, with the Wrench, in the Library.

Advertising School: UFPR, Curitiba, Brazil
Art Director: André Petrini
Copywriters: Marco Antonio dos Santos, Murilo Lense
Photographer: Henrique Schaefer

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cenzistiles's picture
cenzistiles
Activity Score 10

I like stories with no endings. This one: ending came too early.

vote4pedro's picture
vote4pedro
Activity Score 4601

If Hasbro actually hired you to do an ad for a 60-year-old board game, this would be your first idea. But if you were sitting around thinking of fake ads you could do, I imagine you'd think this was pretty clever.

Spanky's picture
Spanky
Activity Score 4899

My first thought was this looks fake. Then I saw that it's student work, so obviously it is. It is well-produced for students. But a bit on the easy and expected side.

andylefty's picture
andylefty
Activity Score 4535

A lot of effort and quality for a non-idea.

Roger Keynes's picture
Roger Keynes
Activity Score 5498

We ad people love getting clues... but don't like being told! ;)

The Jobless Writer
Will Think for Salary

JacktheMc's picture
JacktheMc
Activity Score 25

Can't believe all the flack this is getting; I absolutely love this.

vote4pedro's picture
vote4pedro
Activity Score 4601

New accounts with only one comment usually do love whatever they happen to be commenting on. It's a strange phenomenon.

Billybell's picture
Billybell
Activity Score 373

where is the idea?

renolds's picture
renolds
Activity Score 8

???????

kleenex's picture
kleenex
Activity Score 50602

Simple. I like simple.

simonds08's picture
simonds08
Activity Score 598

first thought. without knowing about the game in the first place, how would this make sense to anyone?

cenzistiles's picture
cenzistiles
Activity Score 10

I like stories with no endings. This one: ending came too early.

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