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Life-size tear-off poster

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June 2012
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FRANK's latest work for Fox Crime Norway is a giant poster you can bring home. At least (body) parts of it. To promote The Walking Dead – Season 2 – on a shoestring budget – we wanted to give the audience a true and relevant zombie experience, and at the same time drive more traffic to Fox Crime´s website. The solution was to create a tear off poster with full size zombies, and we worked closely with JCDecaux to insert it at one of Oslo´s busiest tube- and train stations – The National Theatre station. It created loads of attention from the audience, arms and legs were torn off in true zombie fashion.

Advertising Agency: Frank, Norway
Creative Director: Erik Heisholt
Senior Creative: Jason Kinsella
Junior Creatives: Rebecca Sakshaug Hoseth, Hanne Sandland Nilsen

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thedesignaddict's picture
thedesignaddict
Activity Score 5403

This little zombie poster got 18,000+ Youtube hits, free PR in local media, and a finalist spot at Cannes 2012.

That's more than 8 people. Right?

gadgets's picture
gadgets
Activity Score 1063

Amazing campaign! I don't like horror movies but this campaign was innovative and cool!

kleenex's picture
kleenex
Activity Score 43337

Cool...

Temple's picture
Temple
Activity Score 11337

Good stunt.

Kikin's picture
Kikin
Activity Score 210

Needs more arms and legs...that worked for ...what...8 people ?

Think. Then think again.

thedesignaddict's picture
thedesignaddict
Activity Score 5403

This little zombie poster got 18,000+ Youtube hits, free PR in local media, and a finalist spot at Cannes 2012.

That's more than 8 people. Right?

Mukesh's picture
Mukesh
Activity Score 202

In the beginning it said budgets were low. Still wondering if this fitted in the client's budget or the agency added to it.

Mukesh Lekhwani

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somecopywriter
Activity Score 1113

Brilliant idea for fans of this show. Spot on for the target market, no matter what the haters say.

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