GARDENA, the top-of-mind brand for traditional gardeners, also wanted to address potential urban gardeners.
Idea: Urban gardening and street art come from a similar subcultural background: people, who are interested in street art, are also likely to be interested in urban gardening and conversely. Therefor communicating in their aesthetics and codes, would have much more impact, than a classic billboard.
Solution: A huge mural (16m height, 10with) was painted on an inner-city apartment building in a heavily trafficked area. It showed a giant girl, which seemed to pour the tree in front of the wall with the Original GARDENA System.
Print advertisment created by Heimat, Austria for Gardena, within the category: House, Garden.
Want to Work in Advertising? Zulu Alpha Kilo Is Going To Scare That Idea Out of Your HeadRead More
How Do You Balance Lives And Livelihood in the Face of Disaster?Read More
Would You Repeat What You Say Online To Someone's Face?Read More
Why Publicis Health Global Chief Creative Officer Graham Mills Is Walking AwayRead More