Eshe Streetwear: Brainwashin' Brian

Religion is garbage
Brainwashin' Brian

Advertising Agency: Muckmouth, Auckland, New Zealand
Creatives: Nobjockey, Tatsie, Strange G, Dabset
Illustrator: Kennedy Poynter

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11 comments

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Guest

Funny, For a 12 year old.

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Guest

i like it. And the statement is true. Religion trully is garbage.

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Guest

Quite a controversial but daring campaign. I am waiting for the fanatics to come out. I also feel that they should have avoided using Jesus and Mohammed. Instead, like the Pope and Brian motives, used Mullahs and Swami's.
But totally to the "RELIGION IS GARBAGE" line.

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beingofageoldgrace
329 pencils

dito, i already see burning flags as it was wit the danish cartoons of mhd.

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Guest

4chan humor goes advertising. we are finally there guys ...

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Billoughsby
5091 pencils

Impression: Desperate to get noticed.

Gee, I wonder when they'll roll out their "All women are inferior pigs" campaign.

"Ubi hubave lubearned thubat ubanuby fubool cuban wrubite uba bubad ubad, bubut thubat ubit tubakes uba rubeal gubenubiubus tubo kubeep hubis hubands uboff uba gubood ubone."
-Lubeo Buburnubett

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ERROR404
770 pencils

wow great insight: the urban youth of today does not like religion.
thats why the really dont care about those things! this concept is plain silly!

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Guest

This specific one is the best of the campaign, but I don't understand why the brand uses this for a campaign. It must have brought a large amount of controversy throughout New Zealand, just like it did on this website. But then again, think about it. EVERYONE that posted on these adverts will be thinking about Eshe Streetwear brand, and that's what all companies want. A German energy drink company named K-FEE did the same thing (http://adsoftheworld.com/media/tv/k_fee_ghost http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K-fee) with a campaign that I absolutely loathe but have to admit that it was smart, because it gets people talking, and that’s what's important in all advertising campaigns.

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Sorry, the K-FEE campaign is not just like this campaign, I only ment that they were both contreversial in the country they were published in. The K-FEE campaign is contreversial because they wanted to put them on most television networks, and viewers did not want younger children being scared by the ending of thhe commercials. Sorry.

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redbully
30 pencils

based off of Garbage Patch kids.....I'm ok with it.

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This is the best of all of them due to Brian Tamaki being an awful, awful person. He deserves far worse!

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