These posters from ask "are you bad enough?" and I realize that I'm not, because I filled the missing letters in to read Dock, Boots and Luck - so my head is still firmly at the shoe-sale in the harbor where I scored some seven inch heel fake fur cuff designer boots for like no money. Lets see if you do better.
Je regrette, mais... as you adgrunts know my French totally sucks, but not so bad I can't see what they've done here with the headlines. Perfect: "Turns grilled cheese sandwiches into croque-monsieurs" in English becomes "Transforme les patates pilées en pommes purée". You don't need to know the language well to see that they have the exact same tone of voice in those lines.
Another campaign from Storåkers McCann - and in the current financial climate a very timely one. Here former suits swap places with the pool guy, the hot dog vendor and the shoe shiner. Dagens Industri is a financial paper much like the Fincial Times (remember when I called it the pink paper?).
Storåkers McCann, Stockholm reminds people that they can save their precious digital photo memories in Telia's "Telia Photo Backup" backup system - by showing them ruined photos on adshels. The ruined photos on the adshels were water damaged, burnt, crumpled up and made messy by hand, so each adshel had their own version of misfortune that may happen to printed photographs.
For the launch of World Class new flagship gym in Stockholm, caricature artists were put on strategic places via Le Bureau Stockholm, making free portraits of Saturday strollers. Unsuspectingly they received a personal hand drawn ad with an opening offer and themselves made as fit body builders. World Class gave you the ad that you save, show your friends and put up on your wall.