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lsadunb's picture
lsadunb
575 pencils

Kinda like this.

Adcritic10-10's picture
Adcritic10-10
124 pencils

It doensn't make any sense. They printed a photo in a folded paper. If you open it there would be no images between pages. SCAM. TOTAL SCAM. SORRY GUYS. Doesn't make ANY sense at all. This same briefing has been done by DPZ and it was a LOT better.

Jeff Ng's picture
Jeff Ng
137 pencils

If It is a piece of poster, ( No one would unfold it) then the concept is not bad with the help of copy. It is boring to keep using shaking hand and blur image to present this function.

simone's picture
simone
187 pencils

Dear "Jeff Ng", it's clear to me you're one of the "creatives" involved in this campaign. You registered 2 DAYS AGO. C'mon, this campaign makes no sense at all. Ad Critic is right. It's of the worst campaigns in the last month here in this website. Sorry man, try harder.

picturejockey's picture
picturejockey
658 pencils

The cameras are good but I am not sure about the ad. The folded paper doesn't represent the shake free to me.

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Davosk's picture
Davosk
4833 pencils

This is what happens sometimes when paper gets jammed in the printer, the image on creased paper. This is dumb. Brazil is way below par these days.

Rachel.Mann's picture
Rachel.Mann
450 pencils

Way to group the entire country of Brazil under the "crappy" category, even though 1/1,000,000 of their ads are represented here.

sold's picture
sold
3219 pencils

comming from an oil-texas-marketing 18-years-american-girl, this is a compliment.
about the ad: i dont like it, is forced, unreal, weak.
but this dont means Brasil as a country or all Brasil ads are "crappy".

RogerMoreda's picture
RogerMoreda
21 pencils

next.

postman's picture
postman
951 pencils

I don't see any logic behind these. At least, they should have chosen images which would make the photographer tremble (such as heavy weather conditions or great excitement).

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