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December 2008
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Print advertisment created by DHP, United States for Alamo, within the category: Professional Services.

Advertising Agency: DHP Miami, USA
Creative Director / Copywriter: Damian Coscia
Art Directors / Illustrators: Andres Diez, Jasmine Estrada
Account Executive: Alexandra Emura

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Blair Semenoff's picture
Blair Semenoff
Activity Score 651

Boring

the Pun-isher's picture
the Pun-isher
Activity Score 228

NIce Art Direction.
But I still think Pie charts suck.

the Pun-isher's picture
the Pun-isher
Activity Score 228

No wait, I take it back. AS a one off this works, but it's just boring as a campaign.
Sorry, that was not nice, but come on, I would like to have seen the segments mixed up. Maybe even play with graphs or columns.
Not just cut and paste.

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Guest

malisima. se nota q es de coscia.

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Guest

Quién es Coscia, trabajás al lado de él?

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Guest

I think this could have used a stronger line. that tiny part of the pie chart can ruin the whole equation (=your vacation), so you better pay close attention to it.

tridipnandi's picture
tridipnandi
Activity Score 220

boring...

scarfinati's picture
scarfinati
Activity Score 843

yeah smart idea but are pie charts exciting anyone anymore?

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weiyue619
Activity Score 8

高手诶

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Guest

Te banco Coscia, sobran los envidiosos. Vos seguí tomando sol en Miami master

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I didn't get that part 高手诶
I like this

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Guest

The art direction is poor.

The reality is pie charts need a legend to let the reader know what colour represents what.

The people who made this ad know this, hence the legend acknowledging the area representing car rental expense.

However, although "I" know what the green, light blue and dark blue represent, it still needs to be identified. You can't have a pie chart with a legend ONLY calling out ONE area.

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Guest

Sorry, dear guest - but your comment is smartass rubbish ...

Crisp One's picture
Crisp One
Activity Score 2005

this is good... right on target... good job.

scarfinati's picture
scarfinati
Activity Score 843

“although "I" know what the green, light blue and dark blue represent, it still needs to be identified”

No it doesn’t need a legend. If you know what the colors represent (land, water, and sky) so would everyone else.

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Guest

Because pie charts inherently need a legend, regardless.

The creatives know this, that's why they called out only one aspect of the pie chart. But this is a flaw in art direction.

Do you even know the simple structure and purpose of a pie graph?

Here. Learn something. Note: All pie graphs call out EVERY PART OF THE PIE GRAPH.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pie_chart

Horrible art direction.

salamandos's picture
salamandos
Activity Score 1947

lovely!
some lame critics in this thread.

scarfinati's picture
scarfinati
Activity Score 843

Its not a flaw. It emphasizes the message they require.

If they had a legend that would divide focus of the message making it slower. This is advertising not “how to make a correct pie chart class.”

You can go learn about pie charts if you want but i suggest a class in art direction/advertising instead.

theanc's picture
theanc
Activity Score 2783

It would work better for a investment bank or so if it was related to the boat.

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Blair Semenoff's picture
Blair Semenoff
Activity Score 651

Boring

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