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Mirrors

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October 2008
Primus:  Mirrors
Primus Ambient Ad -  Mirrors

Description

Ambient advertisement created by TBWA, Brazil for Primus, within the category: Alcoholic Drinks.

Caption

Don’t end your night here. Don’t drink and drive.

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LessTalkMoreMock's picture

I don't think I would get it without the explanation. A sandwich board that says "Don't drink and drive" next to a fire hydrant? The light post makes a little more sense but then again, I don't know...just doesn't say drunk driving accident to me.

LessTalkMoreMock
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Very nice - common message, uncommon idea.

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bichon's picture

That's a really nice Ambient concept.
Creative - Visibility but the poster looks a little cheap.
where this installation was placed ? In front of Night club ?
Anyway, I like it!

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I like it a lot

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weak

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LessTalkMoreMock's picture

I don't think I would get it without the explanation. A sandwich board that says "Don't drink and drive" next to a fire hydrant? The light post makes a little more sense but then again, I don't know...just doesn't say drunk driving accident to me.

LessTalkMoreMock
Activity Score 104
Copywriter at Advertising/Design |

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Anne's picture

Good.

Anne
Activity Score 508
Art Director
Guest's picture

this stuff is such a stretch. pretty ridiculous

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forced.

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ORISHAS76's picture

BUENO!!!

ORISHAS76
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Hey isn't this a little dangerous? if the mirrors catch a bad angle the reflected light could temporarily blind the driver for second or two. Anyway, what's the point of reminding people of a place they've just been to?

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