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May 2009

Print advertisment created by The Jupiter Drawing Room, South Africa for Nintendo, within the category: Gaming.

Advertising Agency: The Jupiter Drawing Room, Johannesburg, South Africa
Creative Director: Tom Cullinan
Art Director: Sergio Ines
Copywriter: Liam Olding
Illustrator: Wunderkindt
Photographer: Wunderkindt
Associate Art Director: Saki Piliso
Associate Copywriter: Jeff Tyser

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silvertongue's picture
Activity Score 555

Beautifully shot and art directed, though I'm not sure why the lines extend up the wall.

corporal_hicks's picture
Activity Score 365

Yeah, what's with the wall?

Guest's picture

nice artwork, that's all

Davosk's picture
Activity Score 4815

I love the dog.

Guest's picture

He would be playing from his sofa, so the field continues behind the sofa. It's not that far fetched… Maybe it's just to much for your brain to cope with… I hate people breaking down any idea just for the fun of breaking down. It's a good idea and well executed, get over the fact that you could not have doen it better, weiners…

Jet Propulsion Lab's picture
Jet Propulsion Lab
Activity Score 10679

He would not be playing "from his sofa." He'd be up on his feet with the "stick" jumping and running around in front of the tv screen. That's why the entire living room (including an unhappy dog) is the clay court.

Guest's picture

It's a Wii game people, you play standing up with the wiimote. The lines are on the wall simply because there's not enough room for the entire court. Don't over-think it!

Guest's picture

nice yar.......

Guest's picture

jajaj like it! a lot....well I think the wall is for you to understand that it's a yard...ending it behind the sofa will be hide.
"He would be playing from his sofa, so the field continues behind the sofa."
that's one point to.

For me, this is just fine.

LeeHarvey's picture
Activity Score 3045

It's okay

Bob08's picture
Activity Score 749

When you play Nintendo you enter a world; that's good.
But who are the Nintendo players there?
The room appears old style so the players are not young guys probably.
I have some doubts that seniors are the right recipients for Nintendo tennis game.