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stateoftheart's picture

Maybe a few centuries.

stateoftheart
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Guest's picture

Maybe a few gazillion years.

Guest
Yash Vora's picture

This is downright silly... ridiculously exaggerated.

Yash Vora
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Spanky's picture

ok, has everyone seen a rising sea level global warming ad? yes? 100 times? me too. now can we think of something else next time? thanks.

Spanky
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Pouts's picture

Diesel issss wayyyyyyyyyyy too creative than this! & it is the same idea

Pouts
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ivan's picture

The max sea rise we can expect is about 100m, which is way below the 7000+ heights of Chomolungma.

ivan
Creative Director at Ads of the World
teenie's picture

I get it, but it's pretty 1st degree. It's not bad, but it's not memorable, either.

teenie
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Vicky's picture

The actual Diesel Campaign is so much better... see the Mount Rushmore ad, really great. This is weak.

Vicky
Activity Score 375
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bompa's picture

vicky, you can't compare this ad with diesel campaign, on this one they are selling the problem of global warming in the other one the're trying to sell jeans without anycare of a planet. diesel campaign is absolutely stupid, the attitude is wrong, they've been made many things really great before but not this time. Also this ad is not so great.

bompa
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Vicky's picture

Hi Bompa!

Well...I love the new diesel campaign, there is nothing i can do about it!

The Diesel ads have always been so cynical and sarcastic, and maybe the "global warming ready" campaign is the most cynical one, but is beatifull, its an scape from the bad news, a joke.

If i compare, is just because this public service ad, and the mount rushmore ad from diesel share the same concept...as you said, this one is not so great. So, lets check another one!

By the way, english is not my natural language, so, sorry about all the "typos"and the bad spelling and and all that crap...

Vicky
Activity Score 375
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postman's picture

Ok, sea level rose about 8900 m and all we care about is the challenge scaling the Mount Everest. Hm.

postman
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MarceloG's picture

Student work. In his first year, by the way.
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MarceloG
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Chris's picture

yeah waterworld, we can all ride jetskis to work!

Chris
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miko1aj's picture

You're right folks that it is not giant idea, but it is very well executed. I like the photo.

miko1aj
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A. J. SMITH's picture

OH COME ON.

Everyone is sick of how this exact same ad appears in one form or another everyday.

A. J. SMITH
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bolatureborn's picture

it not so good. just so so

bolatureborn
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puppiepoppy's picture

WOULDN'T THE TIP OF EVEREST WOULD MELT TOO? lame student work.

puppiepoppy
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gluebrand's picture

Was just thinking the same thing. There's no way there'd still be ice on the tip.

gluebrand
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AdDavid's picture

now that's called observation. bravo puppy! others failed to see that. i guess the pupas were in a hurry to post the ad here.

AdDavid
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AdDavid's picture

SORRY! it's Puppie

AdDavid
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Blahg's picture

I see no flags.

Blahg
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dansheppy52's picture

plus. wouldnt it STILL be a challenge because you have to boat/swim all the way out there?

dansheppy52
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ek kanya's picture

nice one, guys! lets see some more stuff from you

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Guest's picture

Here I am sharing a realistic write by a poet from Nepal about the pain mt. everest is going through. Here is the poem.

Talk to me, Mt. Everest
- Bhuwan Thapaliya

Talk to me, Mt. Everest
in any mode, you can.
To the world, your murmers
are only the bulges of the snow
but me, I understand.
As a stretched rubber band,
You’re looking for a refuge
to take a breather
for a year or two
far away , far away
from the ripple
of the human muscles
and the camber
of your own glaciers.

Guest
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