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June 2008
Land Rover:  No signal
Land Rover Print Ad -  No signal


Print advertisement created by Promoplan, Chile for Land Rover, within the category: Automotive.

Advertising Agency: Promoplan FC, Santiago de Chile, Chile
Creative Directors: Luis Silva, Ricardo Pau
Art Director: Juan Pablo Caraballo
Copywriter: Rodrigo Avalos
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j2mango's picture

no comment

Activity Score 534
j2mango's picture

no comment

Activity Score 534
samuelcarlos's picture

One of the downfalls of underground parking. Follow the yellow arrows and you'll be ok.

Activity Score 110
Art Director
Crisp One's picture

funniest comment on the whole page...........HA!

Crisp One
Activity Score 2005
Other at New York
shaft_drive's picture

nice 'un, mate.

Activity Score 273
Creative Director
Slashweasel's picture

Somebody clearly has no idea how GPS works. Unless this landrover is on another planet?

Activity Score 104
wuynhvu's picture

I don't know what's the hell is it????

Activity Score 10
Graphic Design
Heads's picture


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_____'s picture

thats where you want so ride your land rover.
there space for improvement on this one.

Activity Score 1021
gmint7's picture

thats where you want to ride your land rover.
down under at basement carpark.

Activity Score 2673
Art Director at ad grad @ S Francisco |


miko1aj's picture

brave client.

Activity Score 3082
Goblin's picture


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gomez's picture

? Do you really think the client ever saw this? Wake up!

Activity Score 29
Art Director
EscolaElisava's picture

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ha ha!

i do not dislike it , tho

Activity Score 106
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Rami Qaddoumi's picture

loooove it very smaaaaart and simple

Rami Qaddoumi
Activity Score 214
Creative Director at Amman Jordan
onemilkid's picture

What is so smart about it?

The GPS signal works around the globe (therefore Global Positioning System), so I would conclude: Land Rover vehicles come with a broken navigation. Well, that's a good job.

Activity Score 111
andré ™'s picture

Or perhaps the SUV is somewhere outside the planet. The execution is not clear, it needs some more art direction.

The concept idea is very good though.

andré ™
Activity Score 144
Creative Director at Art Director |

and... andre navas | design

federo's picture

I don´t know.
Perhaps they felt in love with a joke. I think it´s too nineties. I don´t know: the more I see it, the more I hate it.

Activity Score 781
advertising agency
federo's picture

I don´t know.
Perhaps they felt in love with a joke. I think it´s too nineties. I don´t know: the more I see it, the more I hate it.

Activity Score 781
advertising agency
federo's picture

I don´t know.
Perhaps they felt in love with a joke. I think it´s too nineties. I don´t know: the more I see it, the more I hate it.

Activity Score 781
advertising agency
Both Sides of the Brain's picture

Red Signal for this ad.

Both Sides of t...
Activity Score 173
Copywriter at Bombay
monicamexico's picture

That's pretty cool.

Activity Score 830
Slashweasel's picture

unadulterated rubbish

Activity Score 104
Dozer's picture

what's the point, call me ignorant, but i really don't get it, what is the benefit : "with land rover i won't need GPS?"

Activity Score 149
monotone's picture

I think it's more like "land rover will take you to remote places (where not even gps works)"

Activity Score 301
ad/mkt student@ESCS |

I swear I had something cool to put here.

BillyBern's picture

Very smart... it doesn´t matter how GPS system works, the idea of arrive anywhere with the car is the important here, and that is the benefit too.
Nice work!

Activity Score 84
Frits Harkema's picture

Soon, aliens will come and eat the driver.

Frits Harkema
Activity Score 713
Hector San's picture

I like it.
Yes, it’s an exaggeration, but we all get the message. Land Rover takes you as far as you want.
Besides, exaggeration has always been an advertising resource.

Hector San
Activity Score 15
XL's picture

I want to hate this ad.

But I can't. It's just SO close to being a great insight. Perhaps the "No Signal" isn't the right message because like the other comments have said, a GPS would not be out of signal range, but it's in the right vein. Maybe if it were a map with unknown features on it? As in, we know where on the planet you are, but no one has been there before so we don't know where you are in that respect. Don't know.

All I know is that it's really close as it is, it's just not quite it. Keep trying. I really would like to see where this ad can evolve to.

Activity Score 214
whitespace's picture

So the inbuilt GPS system is crap.

Activity Score 1953
Creative Director
StuartLittle's picture

what is this

Activity Score 466
NatalieM's picture

Clever, but the mainstream population might take this ad in a negative way since they might not get it.

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David Hasselblad's picture

What she said ^

I like the exaggeration of being off the planet but my mom won't get it.

David Hasselblad
Activity Score 120
®'s picture

i dont think they meant off the we have amazing 4x4 traction but lousy GPS... i donno...

Activity Score 131
Art Director
Absolut M's picture

Global Positioning System

where is your land rover???
Space? moon?

Absolut M
Activity Score 1069
Marketing Manager
adryha's picture

LAND ROVER consumers tend to "explore" or at least that's the purpose of the car, GPS won't even find you only if you drive a LAND ROVER

Activity Score 65
Vértice Comunicación
Guest's picture

Perhaps this vehicle has gone too far in an unknown land that even the GPS doesn't know where they are now, resulting that this vehicle can bring to some incredible places on the earth...

Guest's picture

if they showed a tiny bit out of the window showing the surface of the moon (just a sliver will do), it'd be so much better. else it's just underground parking.

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