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October 2015
Ubisoft / Assassin's Creed:  Finance


Created as part of the campaign for the Assassin’s Creed Syndicate video game, which is set in Victorian England, this poster illustrates that society at the time was no longer controlled by kings, emperors, politicians or religious figures, but rather by money. Capitalism was perceived as the economic model that would improve everyone’s lives, when in fact it primarily served rich financiers who took advantage of it to rule over the lower classes. We featured a banker dressed as a king to show this shift in power.

Print advertisement created by Bleublancrouge, Canada for Ubisoft, within the category: Gaming.

Advertising Agency: Bleublancrouge, Montreal, Canada
Creative Director: Jonathan Rouxel
Art Director: Julien Herisson
Copywriter: Dom Bulmer
Illustration: Yeaaah studio
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Pete R.'s picture

Brilliant illustration style.

Pete R.
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BAdsoftheworld's picture

Like the art.

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SvenKala's picture

Copy should ALWAYS read through the texts. Unless of course they wanted to add text "anally for industry".

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CrackerJackFlash's picture

I'm not sure what's going on here, but the art direction in this campaign is superb

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kleenex's picture

Great looking ads, but you do not know what it is for though.

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