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August 2010

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Print advertisement created by Tago, Spain for Outback SteakHouse, within the category: Food.

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Eat all the meat you want without worrying if our pigs will have enough cutlets.

Advertising Agency: Tago Art Work, Madrid, Spain
Art Director / Copywriter: Manuel Arranz
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Phil Lestino's picture

This is strange....has anyone ever wondered if a pig has enough cutlets???

Phil Lestino
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Phil Lestino's picture

This is strange....has anyone ever wondered if a pig has enough cutlets???

Phil Lestino
Activity Score 1684
ERROR404's picture

yes, strange indeed. totally misleading.

ERROR404
Activity Score 770
design akademie berlin, Hochschule für Kommunikation und Design | FH
Guest's picture

I would worry about what they did to the pigs, cows and chickens to make them give more ribs, cutless and chopps.

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Billoughsby's picture

No, no, no. Not misleading because not to be taken literally. Holy sh•t. What's wrong with everybody?

Billoughsby
Activity Score 5144
Art Director |

That's it.

akshaysrikar's picture

you seem to be understanding this better than other viewers. explaining what your view would be nice? seriously.

akshaysrikar
Activity Score 420
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Billoughsby's picture

What I understand is that the ridiculous objection that keeps being raised concerning this series of ads is ridiculous. If you understand that, you get the joke.

Silly me, but I thought it was clients and people from Alabama who were supposed to gaze vacantly at an obvious bit of whimsy and raise all sorts of literal-minded objections.

Billoughsby
Activity Score 5144
Art Director |

That's it.

Guest's picture

You were asked to explain yourself. Not repeat what you said earlier and make fun of people from Alabama. BilloughsbyFAIL.

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Billoughsby's picture

Come on. Find another cause. There's nothing to explain about that which is immediately comprehensible to 99% of the adult population: being "misleading" isn't an issue in a whimsical ad that is illustrated with a child's drawing of a 5,000 pound pig, or a cow that is 300 feet long.

The only fail here is to call the ad misleading initially, which is absurd, or to try to troll me by calling my pointing out the obvious a fail.

I take back the Alabama crack, however.

Billoughsby
Activity Score 5144
Art Director |

That's it.

Guest's picture

i guess the ad meant to tell u that their pigs or chickens are naturally feeded.

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gbl's picture

If that is what they're trying to sell... really, really doesnt work. Y mira que vivo en Madrid!

gbl
Activity Score 451
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Guest's picture

Don't you have any better ideas that you only come up with this???? If your business contacts this advertiser, I wouldn't like to imagine the meat yo are selling......

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Elmārs Ārnieks's picture

just ok

Elmārs Ārnieks
Activity Score 840
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Life is a joke. Laugh.

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cuutest from all the series!

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