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miko1aj's picture
Activity Score 3086

three times one idea. For what? Idea is quite okay although.

Steeef's picture
Activity Score 135

I don't think it a very strong line.., and i don't like the art eighter!

CR_AD's picture
Activity Score 413

I loved Linea ! The line works in french, the translation isn't very strong.
Funny ad

Ha-ha's picture
Activity Score 28

Good idea but only for old people. I don't think youth know original Linea.

Yokel's picture
Activity Score 604

Are you calling me old?! ;)

el_pira's picture
Activity Score 160

I have seen the same one before for BIC (with homer Simpson).

Yeminius's picture
Activity Score 151

mmm its weird. The line isn't round, as the pencil's end

Vicky's picture
Activity Score 375

oooooohhh man! This is really naive! Strong line, weak ads.

Rog's picture
Activity Score 6080

1D thought.

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

hang-the-dj's picture
Activity Score 1262

This is terrible.
Sorry, but come on people, 'clean and simple' art direction will never make up for a lame idea.
And boy, is this idea lame.

hieveryone4's picture

It's a visual pun.

I think Im good tats why Im here's picture
I think Im good...
Activity Score 48

what's goin on here - u guys high on something?

Stigset's picture
Activity Score 1454

Ok let me explain the idea here :
"La Linea" is a cartoon character drawn by Osvaldo Cavandoli. It's very known in France and several other european countries. The whole concept of "La linea" was that the little angry character was always yelling at his creator because he kept erasing him and his surroundings.
In this ad "La Linea" is drawn with a permanent marker, which makes him unerasable thus stronger and happy to show it off.

For those who are unfamiliar with "La Linea" you can check it out here:

puppiepoppy's picture
Activity Score 1634

Wow! Such a simple visual need such a great deal of explaination. ZZZZZ. Anyway, this is student work.

mrtalented's picture
Activity Score 2171

student work? very 80's idea.