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March 2008
Joas:  Bar
Joas Print Ad -  Bar

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Print advertisement created by Daehong, South Korea for Joas, within the category: House, Garden.


Amazing performance by bar-type shaver.

Advertising Agency: Daehong Communications, Seoul, South Korea
Art Director: Kim Junghwa
Copywriter: Lee Kikwan
Photographer: Lucy Pringle
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yessa's picture

it doensn't work, i see no match with a shaver, It will match perfect with a lawnmower

john doe's picture

forced exaggeration

john doe
Activity Score 1571
Art Director
marcel7's picture

The shaver has nothing to do with a corn field!!! Too constructed. Amazing bad performance.

Activity Score 996
SeanMartin's picture

LOL -- well, yes, a cornfield has nothing to do with a shaver, but isnt the point of advertising to create those kind of links to get people to think about your product in a new light?

As for this, well, the idea of the patterns in corn- or wheatfields has had its day, just as the whole "phenomenom" has passed on. It's not even good as retro right now. The other one is better by far, but this is the kind of campaign that should have run five or six years ago.


Here, let me save everyone the trouble of asking. "Do you even work in advertising?"

STRTLRS's picture

This is for South Korea, maybe they're just now hearing about these things...

Activity Score 1601
storytellers. |

I think, therefore... yeah.

kurtberengeiger's picture

I think crop signs are kinda cool. So I like this. Sometimes I just like stupid stuff.

Activity Score 7346
losvanvan's picture

only a word: BAD

brndnrap8's picture

I want to eat a piece of turd.

Activity Score 170
Art Direction
jorge00's picture

a man's brain is known better by the phrases he says, nice brndnrap8, very nice phrase, shows what kind of man you are.

Activity Score 76
Art Director at TBWA Dom. Rep.
yessa's picture

it doensn't work, i see no match with a shaver, It will match perfect with a lawnmower

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wouldn't even match a lawnmower.
Crop circles are flattened down crop (usually still alive , weirdly) and not cut.

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beebs's picture

flip the landscape to a man's skin and you may have something.

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