From the festival of Goodwood…I can only assume this is in UK. This is amazing brand work. It’s is the work of acclaimed artist Gerry Judah. Enjoy the Land Rover LRX.
Find the rest of it here.
Shot on Cougar Mountain Park, King County, WA. Click to make it as big as Godzilla.
Through Stan’s Brand DNA blog, I stumbled upon this project called Billboards by Branislav Kropiak. Being a copywriter and having written several billboards, this image made me laugh and cry at the same time. The description says the artist is showing billboards in a new light. I wish he has snapped the adverts on the billboards too just so we can see if the face is at least as good as the bottom.
Pipe People. Sculpture found next to a supermarket dumpster in Washington State.
This person sure has interesting shopping habits, not to mention a bad memory.
A faceless mannequin is the scariest of all.
Can you please explain this ad?
Do your customers have a hard time seeing a 4 ft. bottle? And if so, how can they read your headline?
Even though I wasn’t a fan, I could at least understand the earlier Ketel One ads where the campaign had an elitist tone and aimed for the upmarket clientele. But this one is part of a new campaign that brings down the tone of the brand.
For godsake, how difficult is it to write cool adverts for vodka?
Dear Ketel One Advertiser
Change the agency.