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July 2011

Print advertisment created by SuperRebel, Netherlands for Het Huis, within the category: Personal Accessories.

Advertising Agency:, Breda, Netherlands
Art Director: Roy Schellekens
Copywriter: Arjan Hoekstra
Photographer: Alek Bruessing
Production: Unit Amsterdam

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ace85le's picture
Activity Score 3935

OK it works if the purpose it just to announce the sale.


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Nike Diesel's picture
Nike Diesel
Activity Score 13630

Idea is nice, art direction fails.

ryantammkt's picture
Activity Score 210

sorry, but what's the message here ?

Ron Burgundy's picture
Ron Burgundy
Activity Score 1630

tattoo removal

atb2005's picture
Activity Score 13557

It's not tattoo removal. It's sunburn relief lotion.

Ron Burgundy's picture
Ron Burgundy
Activity Score 1630


Billoughsby's picture
Activity Score 5144

Ah, 1960. A New Frontier in advertising.

I guess it's OK.

That's it.

CommandZ's picture
Activity Score 2498

Ah the old stalwart sale burst. This is an interesting way at using this offending device. But, I still don't think Lee Clow would approve.
"Few things alert people to ignore your message faster than a starburst." —Lee Clow

kleenex's picture
Activity Score 50602

YUCK!!! The face paint is just YUCKY!!!

Ron Burgundy's picture
Ron Burgundy
Activity Score 1630

she looks like 70's batman punched her in the face

CommandZ's picture
Activity Score 2498

Where's the "Like" button for that comment? Actually though the Batman TV series ran from '66 to '68. It didn't quite make it into the 70's.

bhuvneshwar.chd's picture
Activity Score 989

like d idea and execution..

"If you are irritated by every rub, how will you be polished?"
— Rumi

newblake's picture
Activity Score 49

C'mon people, it's not that hard to work out...for the price of some cheap glasses, you get a new face/look.

Going on the lack of intelligence or ability to discern a concept and assuming the people who read AOTW are in the ad industry, the ad industry is not what it should be.