Advertisement

Seating Plan

Campaign
Agency Network: 
Published/Aired: 
February 2012
CineGlobe:  Seating Plan

Description

Print advertisement created by Leagas Delaney, United Kingdom for CineGlobe, within the category: Recreation, Leisure.

Advertising Agency: Leagas Delaney, London, UK
Creative Director: Nigel Roberts
Copywriters: Adam Arber, Adam Rimmer
Art Directors: Chris Felstead, Pete Davies
Account Director: Remi Rasenberg
Agency Producer: Julia Parry
Photographer: David Gill
Designers: Rob Petrie, Simon Toy
Log in or register to post comments

Highest Rated

Amy_LQS's picture

It's hard for me to understand why change He, F, Ne into H, Li, Be?

Amy_LQS
Activity Score 3
vlwk's picture

This chart was my worst nightmare in high school.

vlwk
Activity Score 154
kleenex's picture

I just do not think this is selling me a sci-fi movie though.

kleenex
Activity Score 56854
Web Designer/Developer
Hadrons's picture

what a sweet way to meet, it's down to chemistry after all :-)

Hadrons
Activity Score 6064

THERE'S NO HEAVIER BURDEN THAN A GREAT POTENTIAL

Wordnerd's picture

what exactly is this festival? (besides being incredibly boring)

Wordnerd
Activity Score 6692
Copywriter
Ramat Ajala's picture

Easy brief, easy ad.

Ramat Ajala
Activity Score 800
gadgets's picture

I saw something similar before.

gadgets
Activity Score 1063
Amy_LQS's picture

It's hard for me to understand why change He, F, Ne into H, Li, Be?

Amy_LQS
Activity Score 3
dean viii's picture

Ignore the negative/asinine comments. Good job.

dean viii
Activity Score 1686
Creative Director
chuckieT's picture

People are entitled to their opinions. For example, I think this is a formulaic A+B / visual pun ad that lacks any form of real insight for a chip shop / dogwalker client.

chuckieT
Activity Score 680
Creative
vote4pedro's picture

A couple problems with this campaign. The film festival is not a science fiction film festival. It is a short film festival. Science fiction is only 1 of 37 categories. So this is not an accurate depiction. Aside from that, there's a slight disconnect between science and science fiction. This campaign is showing the old science that we know from grade school. Whereas science fiction is about the future and the unknown. But that's the lesser of the problems here.

vote4pedro
Activity Score 4601
Copywriter
RG's picture

Old school can still be cool. Thumbs up.

RG
Activity Score 184
Copywriter |

RG

Maxads's picture

so cool

Maxads
Activity Score 60
Art Director
nymour's picture

It's okay. But as someone said before: "too easy".

Moreover I agree with @vote4pedro: it does not exactly describe the festival. It's a good one-off for award-shows. Not more.

nymour
Activity Score 14
Germany
dinesh dixit's picture

neutral

dinesh dixit
Activity Score 31
Art Director
Mayi92's picture

it took me some minutes to get it :D Hate chemistry, love cinemas :)

Mayi92
Activity Score 143
IPP
TheWasteBin's picture

Just because it's easy, predictable and A+B, doesn't mean it doesn't work. Looks good to me.

TheWasteBin
Activity Score 108
Copywriter at Deluxe Corporation
ad6426's picture

It works. I'd definitely want to see what it's about.

ad6426
Activity Score 103
Abhishek Parikh's picture

Chemistry has always been been a mystery for me... anyways... i checked the 'periodic table' and now the ads seems brilliant.

Abhishek Parikh
Activity Score 568
Advertisement
Featured Content

Latest Collections

Advertisement
Advertisement