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Published/Aired: 
March 2012
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Advertising Agency: Taxi 2, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Creative Director: Dave Watson
Art Directors: Craig Ferguson, Stephen Tasker
Copywriter: Tal Wagman
Illustrator: Paul Rivoche
Mac Artist: Dave Kinsella
Designer: Stephen Tasker
Print Producer: Tara Greguric
Account Manager: Tae Kohara

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chunkylover69's picture
chunkylover69
Activity Score 71

i agree with chuckieT.

glow in the dark posters are nothing new - if it were outdoors. This is going to agencies that will never see what it looks like with all the lights off.

also, why use The Walking Dead? seems a bit old to rip that off. You might as well have used Sex in the City if we're ripping off old shows.

chuckieT's picture
chuckieT
Activity Score 680

When I work late, I don't sit in the dark so I would never know this thing glowed in the dark. And is it a two-sided poster? If I hung it up one way, would I miss that the other side glows in the dark?

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VampAd
Activity Score 1151

chukieT
Are u a fu*king client?

chunkylover69's picture
chunkylover69
Activity Score 71

i agree with chuckieT.

glow in the dark posters are nothing new - if it were outdoors. This is going to agencies that will never see what it looks like with all the lights off.

also, why use The Walking Dead? seems a bit old to rip that off. You might as well have used Sex in the City if we're ripping off old shows.

thedesignaddict's picture
thedesignaddict
Activity Score 5403

Nice idea.

chuckieT's picture
chuckieT
Activity Score 680

No. I'm not a client.

Do you like concepts that don't work outside of the award submission pdf?

Apparently.

arthor's picture
arthor
Activity Score 515

It's cool. I find the connection to the walking dead a little forced and unnecessary though.

kleenex's picture
kleenex
Activity Score 43452

not bad at all.

somecopywriter's picture
somecopywriter
Activity Score 1113

It's awesome, I want one. Don't know if I'd ever work in the dark, but great idea never the less.

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