Searing red streaks

November 2006
Advertising Agency: KSV, Burlington, Vermont and New York, USA
Creative Director: Bill Drew
Art Director: Brad Harrison
Copywriter: Bill Drew and Mark Mendelis
Illustrator: Joel Holland
Media Schedule: Ski Magazine, Skiing Magazine, Powder, and Transworld Snowboarding

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Modal Writer's picture
Modal Writer
Activity Score 333

Long live the long copy. When it's done right. And this is, boy is it.

Maitredeslettres's picture
Activity Score 179

I like it. I like it. I like it. The art direction is a wee bit familiar, but the copy is refreshing.

::Imagination is intelligence with an erection::

purplesimon's picture
Activity Score 473

Yes, yes and YES! A great piece of work.

Reminds me (ever-so-slightly in that it has long copy) of some of the Eurostar panels that are currently running on the London Underground.

A gem amongst the scam ads and cack.

instinctive traveller's picture
instinctive tra...
Activity Score 149

just a thought. do long copy ads have to contort to impress? it's a laborious read.

purplesimon's picture
Activity Score 473

Erm, look at where this is placed. Is it laborious now?

instinctive traveller's picture
instinctive tra...
Activity Score 149

u have a point there. i totally, but totally overlooked that bit. thank you. : )

joshuammyers's picture
Activity Score 7

It's nice to see something other than an image-ad for once, great job.

Desi's picture
Activity Score 1042

I do not read long copy ads but I love the art, what is the ad about?

Jonny Lonestar's picture
Jonny Lonestar
Activity Score 282

cool... love when lil' agencies pop out great work... and double curses on those guys for being in a cool lil' shop and being in burlington

p.s. stowe is one great mountain...

atulspande's picture
Activity Score 180

brilliant piece of work i would say. Hats of to u dear

baz's picture
Activity Score 67

These are great, worth reading the copy so take the time, shame the style is being ripped off elswhere, great type, one of those rare moments when I say ”I wish I had done that”