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Fidel's picture

not annother one.. give me break, please.

Fidel
Activity Score 34
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teenie's picture

Do they mean "No job is too big"...?

teenie
Activity Score 1886
Copywriter
Yokel's picture

Haha! True.

Yokel
Activity Score 604
Art Director
HOLA's picture

_________

Simplify.

HOLA
Activity Score 82
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_________

Simplify.
www.holadesignstudio.com

B128's picture

I wish you didn't have the huge containers on the side. They make the crane with container look like a toy crane (which it is). They've totally killed this particular concept. I like the second ad though.

B128
Activity Score 392
Art Director
postman's picture

"This truck cannot be loaded properly." Hey, great!

postman
Activity Score 941
Other
AriesDW's picture

This slogan and copy have a lot of grammatical read flags.

AriesDW
Activity Score 172
Other
puppiepoppy's picture

I DIDN'T KNOW THAT FIAT CREATE AND SELL SUCH TINY FORKLIFTER?!!! hahahaa. Lame man!

puppiepoppy
Activity Score 1632
Creative Director |

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A. J. SMITH's picture

'No job is big enough'?!?!?!

'Professional since ever'?!?!?!

And Professional was spelt 'Professiional'

Sack the copywriter!

A. J. SMITH
Activity Score 2818
Pouts's picture

hey guyss you are propably seing the translated version. Which is not good btw. But the ad i think is OK.

Lost in translation..

maybe the proper copy would be
No job is too big.
Professional forever.

Pouts
Activity Score 693
Art Director
Catwah's picture

Isn't this the wrong way around? All items in the shot are normal size and proportion with a super small yellow forklift truck?! Doesn't this make that the main focus? This is a very confused ad! Or i could be mistaken; i myself havent been professional since ever! (urgh)

Catwah
Activity Score 58
Art Director
Dark3go's picture

Kalo re mpalotses...<3

Dark3go
Activity Score 2
Graphic Designer
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