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November 2009
Thee Furniture Warehouse:  Dining room

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Photographer: mattsilk.com

Print advertisement created by Brandon, United States for Thee Furniture Warehouse, within the category: House, Garden.

Caption

Maybe it's time.

Advertising Agency: The Brandon Agency, USA
Creative Director: Chris Vestal
Art Director: Jon Leon
Copywriter: Jay Arre
Retoucher: Chris Bodie
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Guest's picture

Not very creative. To me the copy doesn't fit the picture...at all.

Guest
Guest's picture

I salute you guys because this doesn't feel like a scam ad. It looks and feels legit. BUT, still, a little heavy-handed on the body copy.

Guest
pierrelastname's picture

obvious...

pierrelastname
Activity Score 2859
Copywriter
Rabubi's picture

So I'll only mozie over there if my furniture is broken? Alright, that may be somewhat literal. Be that as it may, I think the message is wrong.

Rabubi
Activity Score 554
Copywriter
CopyRight's picture

nice and straight to the point

CopyRight
Activity Score 711
Guest's picture

funny, nice one guys

Guest
silvi's picture

Caotic photo.
Demasiada sucia la imagen, muchísimos elementos y detalles. Se pierde el foco de la idea.

silvi
Activity Score 4134
Copywriter
Aphex's picture

Completamente de acuerdo. Por cierto, el interior de la casa es un "poquito" lujosa como para que se usen libros como apoyo para la mesa... debe ser una familia en bancarrota.

Aphex
Activity Score 264
Copywriter |

"Si eres buen copy, presiona alt + F4"

Guest's picture

very good

Guest
Guest's picture

beautiful story

Guest
Bob08's picture

The culture always helps.

Bob08
Activity Score 743
Guest's picture

Not that original, and the body copy is not to the point.

Guest
Guest's picture

Not very creative. To me the copy doesn't fit the picture...at all.

Guest
Guest's picture

you're not very creative in your bashing. i hope your work is better but I doubt it.

Guest
Guest's picture

Idea is captivating visually. It does have an humorous element but body copy is dragging it a little too far. You could have done away with writing just a line or two - short & crisp along with call for action.

Guest
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