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June 2008
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We lined a city block with six big carrots, then covered the town with antenna skewers for a local farmers' market. The images kind of speak for themselves.

Ambient advertisment created by Owen Jones & Partners, United States for Gorge Grown Farmers Market, within the category: Food.

Advertising Agency: Owen Jones & Partners, Portland, OR, USA
Creative Director: Brian Hennessy
Art Director: Craig Skinner
Copywriter: Nick Hughes
Launch: June, 2008

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kristencastro's picture
kristencastro
Activity Score 16

I think this is a really innovative way to market the farmer's market! I love both ideas, while I agree with cocochiller about the antenna sleeves' cheap execution, I think they work well! Kudos! :)

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Crisp One
Activity Score 2005

Cool stuff guys! I'm sure the "Done" crowd is sure to follow.

NatalieM's picture
NatalieM
Activity Score 1685

This is a great stunt!

Copy_Can's picture
Copy_Can

... and here they come ...

* breath *

Done.

man thurd's picture
man thurd
Activity Score 76

Good

teenquey's picture
teenquey
Activity Score 290

Cool carrots

bknowlden's picture
bknowlden
Activity Score 3647

If you don't get this idea, you should consider leaving the industry.

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
Activity Score 3890

I don't get this comment

"stay low, move fast"

Doin' it for the points

XL's picture
XL
Activity Score 214

Brandon, had a look at your site. What does "i am an art director with struck in salt lake city" even mean, anyway?

Perhaps YOU should consider leaving the industry. At least until you can figure out how to string together a proper sentence that makes sense. Or at minimum have someone look over your copy before you post out there for the world to see. Being an art director is no excuse for bad copy.

Man, I hope you never make any comments about bad copywriting on this site. Maybe you should ease up on your critique of other people's work until yours is up to the task. I'd love for you to post your work here to see the comments that come back on it.

bknowlden's picture
bknowlden
Activity Score 3647

My bad, I replied to the wrong comment. I meant to reply to comAd's comment below. And Struck Creative is the agency I'm with, so the sentence makes perfect sense.

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
Activity Score 3890

I got this comment.

"stay low, move fast"

Doin' it for the points

comAd's picture
comAd
Activity Score 162

don't get it.

BFB's picture
BFB
Activity Score 936

Great! The idea is great and it looks great as well. Will be shown in the office in the next few minutes

Audrius Kubrik's picture
Audrius Kubrik
Activity Score 828

oh, the antenna again! why can't they put it on the real, the roof, one? it can't be that hard.

and, brandon, 'cool carrots' doesn't mean 'i don't get it', and even if it does, you should consider leaving people alone

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Alp Arslan
Activity Score 33

very nice...

Wordnerd's picture
Wordnerd
Activity Score 6692

aw that's cute!

Olafski001's picture
Olafski001
Activity Score 1193

the carrots are hilarious!!!!
(the antenna thing is not so good)

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huyendesigner
Activity Score 4

oh, great idea !An enjoyable feeling !

mdimmer's picture
mdimmer
Activity Score 83

love the carrot.

ricklongo's picture
ricklongo
Activity Score 1244

The carrots idea isbetter, but the antenna is cute too. Sure to grab some attention.

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mark.brando
Activity Score 20
cocochiller's picture
cocochiller
Activity Score 146

The antenna is a great, easy, cheap execution but the carrot is definitely more striking. Great!

kristencastro's picture
kristencastro
Activity Score 16

I think this is a really innovative way to market the farmer's market! I love both ideas, while I agree with cocochiller about the antenna sleeves' cheap execution, I think they work well! Kudos! :)

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