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whitespace's picture
whitespace
1953 pencils

This one's a little off in the series, because there is a potential distraction... the shock absorption could have been referring to the horns clash if one missed the tyre marks.

Still. It's a great idea.

vinylsofa's picture
vinylsofa
42 pencils

It's a nice idea if it's even partially true.
I may be wrong, but I thought shock absorbers made it less bumpy for the passenger, not the victim.
Wouldn't the weight of a car still waste these animals?
I can't suspend my disbelief until someone proves otherwise...

ivan's picture
ivan

Correct, but this is advertising. It is exaggeration.

Ivan Raszl, admin of AotW

vinylsofa's picture
vinylsofa
42 pencils

i understand, but to me this tells the story of a really strong animal rather than a soft ride is all.

SirFar's picture
SirFar
141 pencils

Don't like it. Tired of seeing tyre tracks left by cars on all kinds of things. Cars don't do that. They don't leave rubber marks everywhere they go. At most they leave marks from breaking and they look more like a melted line of rubber. Not marks.

whitespace's picture
whitespace
1953 pencils

erm... that's not a brake mark, as you surmised yourself.

it's a dirt mark.

Mo's picture
Mo
648 pencils

Uhh..I think it's a bit forced. The same idea/execution made more sense when it was done ( can't remember where did I see...but I saw that vey recently...may be it won a cannes/oneshow) for a sandal/shoe company. They had the same type of shoe/step marks on Dog poo, Cig butt etc. That makes more sense to me.

SirFar's picture
SirFar
141 pencils

Yup, thats right. It was made for some sandal and had marks on dog shit, cigaret bud etc. Here I think the message was more "walk on air" and the shoes were so light they didn't smash any of the things they touched. The idea is pretty similar I guess.

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