Save the music, Trumpet

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March 2012

Print advertisment created by Leo Burnett, France for DCS, within the category: Professional Services.

Save the music
DCS Audiophile equipment

Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett, Paris, France
Creative Director: Xavier Beauregard
Art Director: Laëtitia Chrétien
Copywriter: Jean-François Le Marec
Photographer: Vincent Dixon
Post-Production: Kilato

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Fernando Fernandes's picture
Fernando Fernandes
Activity Score 1416

Booooa muito boa a inspiraçao!

morse's picture
Activity Score 18024

Are these musicians sufferers of an oil spill? Funny, but it's a bit of a stretch, right?

.. / .-.. --- ...- . / .- -.. ...- . .-. - .. ... .. -. --.

stickynotes's picture
Activity Score 1094

it just doesn't work

kleenex's picture
Activity Score 50610

What does oil have to do with this concept.

salil.sharma's picture
Activity Score 2428

good effect
nice execution

Designer Don't Do Different Things
They Do Things Differently

Jeelish's picture
Activity Score 52

Maybe a rusting or a melting effect would've made more sense than oil.

thedesignaddict's picture
Activity Score 5403

Is it an oil spill? Melting vinyl? Either way, it's just confusing.

Leo Rulimg's picture
Leo Rulimg
Activity Score 49

Wow! Really nice.

Chrome's picture
Activity Score 32

Photography is stunning... cannes material

Fernando Fernandes's picture
Fernando Fernandes
Activity Score 1416

Booooa muito boa a inspiraçao!

KDbranding's picture
Activity Score 78

not easy to understand...

Alexie's picture
Activity Score 3

I think it is a good idea to “save the music” to promote the quality of an equipment. The picture is magnificent and to draw a parallel with an oil spill which pollutes the good sound I find that very fine.
Can be too sharp for certain persons…

mareanx's picture
Activity Score 196

amazing execution, although they could have gone further with the concept.

Javier Davis's picture
Javier Davis
Activity Score 84

very good execution