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Spaceman's picture
Activity Score 4

clean, simple and works well. Great idea.

pankajadsoftheworld's picture
Activity Score 433

damn effective, damn creative

yun siang orangutan's picture
yun siang orangutan
Activity Score 298


Inverted's picture
Activity Score 193

I love the visual here! I think they could have gotten alot more out of it, so its kind of missused... well well. Again, great visual statement!

copycomoelcopi's picture
Activity Score 822


The Pope's picture
The Pope
Activity Score 124

great, I would have donde it in a larger scale though.

Neil Levy's picture
Neil Levy
Activity Score 314

neil levy
It's cool. Reminds me a bit of Andy Goldsworthy's work but in a more practical usable way. If you've never seen his stuff you should buy his books (he's an environmental artist and you'd dig it.) I think this concept would (will) get talk value. In a way, I wish it paid something off that was more direct like pollution run off and how EcoStore helps stop it since the ad runs really well by the drain, but no matter. It's still cool.

alvinpck's picture
Activity Score 1467

Where have I seen this before? Is this a continuation of the previous?


stateoftheart's picture
Activity Score 181

been done, remember the ad of a wideshot of some city with a river goin through it and there is a large paint bucket flowing into the river??

if i knew the client id go find it, but thats the best description i can give right now

The_Captain's picture
Activity Score 3

I've seen the stuff you're referring to. The big difference is that we expect liquids (paint, petro-chemicals) to spill out from paint tins and oil drums.

In this case 'earth', 'lawn' and 'flowers' are the contents of the barrel.

It's very, very, different.

Spaceman's picture
Activity Score 4

clean, simple and works well. Great idea.