Alien

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April 2010
Jelly's:  Alien

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Print advertisement created by Euro RSCG, South Africa for Jelly's, within the category: Gaming.

Caption

Because no-one would believe you.

Advertising Agency: Euro RSCG South Africa
Creative Director: James Daniels
Art Director: Laura May Vale
Copywriter: Justin Wanliss
Photographer: Clive Stewart
Illustrator: Pete Harrison, Lightspeed
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Tommy G.'s picture

excellent idea. But the digital manipulation could be improved. The glass on the floor dont have the good perspective and is too blurry, the broken window is too symetric, the flying saucer is floating over the desk (some shadows missing).

Tommy G.
Activity Score 883
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Great Concept! But a lil over the edge for kids as the target market... I think it could have been simpler or more explanatory one.

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Citizen of the earth's picture

Obviously the parents will buy the cameras. So this is good.

Citizen of the earth
Activity Score 36
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How many parents would get this one, that's the question! and fine the buying powers are the parent but there should be an attraction for kids to go for it too! I think parents would just pass through this ad not knowing what it even is!

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Citizen of the earth's picture

and it brings out a chuckle in you. good.

Citizen of the earth
Activity Score 36
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Tommy G.'s picture

excellent idea. But the digital manipulation could be improved. The glass on the floor dont have the good perspective and is too blurry, the broken window is too symetric, the flying saucer is floating over the desk (some shadows missing).

Tommy G.
Activity Score 883
Graphic Designer at Job seeking
Guest's picture

'How many parents would get this?' - sounds like a comment made by someone without kids, or someone who has forgotten what being one was like.

Nice one James, great ads!!!

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Super concept

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actauly the glass broken is small than object.every thing else is correct.nice

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