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restless_r's picture
Activity Score 275

didnt get it

dragos's picture
Activity Score 10

that is very simple...i dont get it how you dont get it....

Yokel's picture
Activity Score 604

They's think bubbles. Support the College Fund, which will send blacks to school, which will teach 'em to be great thinkers/inventors &c.

Yash Vora's picture
Yash Vora
Activity Score 48

The smaller white scoop is conflicting with the idea of representing lesser availability funds for black students.

spacecadetglow's picture
Activity Score 247

i think you're looking too far into this. it's neapolitan ice cream -- a classic! :)

restless_r's picture
Activity Score 275

dragos i dont think that you got it :)

miko1aj's picture
Activity Score 3086

Next campaign, where art destroys the concept. The best one is that with traffic lights, but i still can't understand why big, well known agency can use such a shadow under the ice cream like in that particular ad. Ugh. Idea is nice though.

oshe's picture
Activity Score 852

booooo. this campaign have the same concept and the same graphic made it in Colombia for Corral - Hamburguers


addyhoch10's picture
Activity Score 2592

i don't regard the ice cream scoop as a "life changing innovation". i'm sure there are better examples.
reading the copy i rather got the impression they're making fun of african americans.

mrtalented's picture
Activity Score 2171

the execution can be way more delicious! OR even more sacastic.

just have fun with the undiscovered facts.

tantrik_indian's picture
Activity Score 953

i thnik addyhoch is right - i felt the same
~~be cool eh!~~

~~this paranoid survived!~~

Get-a-Fix's picture
Activity Score 351

I think it's brilliantly done...and i think da art has done quite a bit of justice to da concept as a whole.

teenie's picture
Activity Score 1894

I can't decide. On one hand, it's inspiring and uplifting to show black people who achieved so much at a time when segregation was so rampant. But on the other hand, shouldn't the message be "we can help you overcome the stereotypes and be somebody" - rather than "hey - black people have ideas, too"? I mean no disrespect whatsoever - in fact, I think this message does more harm than good.

grasshopper's picture
Activity Score 54

nice art. gives a fresh look

teenie's picture
Activity Score 1894

Thee's also this one, which is just disturbing: