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October 2009

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Print advertisement created by Euro RSCG, Spain for Honda, within the category: Automotive.

Caption

Use original spare parts or eat the consequences

Advertising Agency: Euro RSCG, Madrid, Spain
Art directors: Sebas Ayxelá
Typographer: Sebas Ayxelá
Copywriters: Andres Travi, Yasmina Lancina
Photographer: Kristina G. Fender
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Prof's picture

is "eating the consequences" a spanish saying or was it just a reason to do that artsy thing?

Prof
Activity Score 1449
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Quite really.

Marlus Lau's picture

I don´t get the idea, but they got Cézanne.

Marlus Lau
Activity Score 1808
Art Director at Editora O Estado do Paraná / Pós-graduação na Unicuritiba
talkingisfree's picture

This means nothing, however, all my respect for the photographer.

talkingisfree
Activity Score 2712
Art Director
PERP's picture

Eatable consequences, that looks fun. But not the ad.

PERP
Activity Score 433
Art Director |

.: look for the green giant on the label :.

Juan Cabral's picture

Lovely layout. it´s a shame the idea is not as fresh.

Juan Cabral
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silvi's picture

I think "eating the consequences" is a spanish expression using only in Spain.

silvi
Activity Score 4172
Copywriter
Guest's picture

Superb Art Direction!!! well done

Guest
Guest's picture

no, "eating the consequences" it´s not an spanish expression, it´s a very forced ad. Chicos de Euro, esto se lo presentais al cliente y os coméis vosotros el anuncio.

Guest
Guest's picture

No, that expression is also forced in spanish. Bad concept. Sorry

Guest
Guest's picture

I like it. It means that if you don't get their product, you will get more problems. It's being served up to you on a plate, which will you choose is what they ask. It is a bit forced, but It's understandable.

Guest
jorj's picture

Nice photography, didn't like the concept though.

jorj
Activity Score 638
Art Director at Senior Art Director
Guest's picture

hi guys, i´,m from spain... the real idea is this:

"si no usas recambios originales, te las acabaras comiendo"..... it is a used (and not forced) expression in spain.

Generally in spain it is used when something you just bought does not work... and therefore "you end up eating it" cause there is nothing else you can do with it for not feeling so stupid.

As an expression extreamly used i spain, the idea of this adverts is correct....cause they have used not original honda spare parts, and turned them into food...

you guys must live in spain to understand this advert :)

and then, being familiar to how honda spare parts looks like.... ;)

think you guys, that this advert was made to be a callendar,shown on honda garages :)

thanks you all!!

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Viranica's picture

Wowwww... The power of copy :)

Viranica
Activity Score 230
Copywriter at Y&R, Jakarta
sielo's picture

You don't need to be spanish ..... What you need is to think more...! So, "eating the consequences" has completely figurative meaning. And if someone has ever done at least one advert in his/her life would understand the meaning.  Concerning the success of the advert … that is another topic. I like it but I don’t think it works well.

Take care.

sielo
Activity Score 45
Graphic Designer at Digital Magazine |

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