|Print, billboards, press ads, ambient||Axe Dry – Horse Ride (Print Ad) / Pit (2004) (US)||Robblink||12||30 weeks 6 hours ago|
|Print, billboards, press ads, ambient||Pony - Print campaign / Black Jesus / Tattoo Baby / Condom toe - (2004) (USA)||dabitch||18||1 year 9 weeks ago|
|Story||Rats in Quiznos subs?||Robblink||49||4 years 47 weeks ago|
|Story||Is "The sweetest taboo" breaking one?||dabitch||6||9 years 14 weeks ago|
|Print, billboards, press ads, ambient||Lundberg & co give contact lenses the finger.||dabitch||5||9 years 14 weeks ago|
To wierd for words. Humm how does an oversize pair of cartoonish baby feet connected to a hairy belly with no other features advertise deoderant? And what are they saying about women? Ad seems to draw no point and hits way off base. Would never see that it is effective to impact sales in a positve nature.Posted: 9 years 14 weeks agoon the post: Axe Dry – Horse Ride (Print Ad) / Pit (2004) (US)
Sure enough when we read stories and find elements that are familiar to us, it draws us in farther. We all like to read and say "oh yeah I know that" or "we have one of those". So it makes sense to generate some income from sponsers when you are going to use thier product lines. We sale space on bill boards, tv, newspapers and even on the side of a barn. Why not in stories too!Posted: 9 years 14 weeks agoon the post: Is "The sweetest taboo" breaking one?
Well they certainly get thier point across. It is an shock value campagin and that was thier goal. I dont see it being as effective in the states. For a company to be taken serious enough to trust your eyes to them they would have to appeal to the 40 and up consumer. Shock value does not work there. Cold hard facts and statistics does.Posted: 9 years 14 weeks agoon the post: Lundberg & co give contact lenses the finger.
Again I am stumped. Why would any of these ads make me want to purchase thier shoes is beyond me. I find them vulgar to see and totally irrevelent to the product. Shock value works for younger consumers, but for those of us who do purchase the majority of all product for our home and families this ad would not intice me to support them. Even my 17 yr old daughter is greatly offened by them.Posted: 9 years 14 weeks ago
Even though Quiznos says thier ad campaign has Genus Tarsius as spoke "people" they look more like dead hamsters with google eyes and bad teeth. Why I would want to eat anything repersented by dead animals is beyond me!Posted: 9 years 14 weeks agoon the post: Rats in Quiznos subs?