Baltimore Business Journal: Stay focused, Sales

Stay Focused.

Advertising Agency: Planit, Baltimore, USA
Agency website: Creative Director: Ed Callahan
Associate Creative Director/Copywriter: Trevor Villet
Art Director: Phil Reisinger
Publisher: May 2009

15 comments

shahid.h's picture
shahid.h
256 pencils

there is nothing great about these ads...pretty lame

Guest's picture
Guest

Done. Much better on the album cover artwork for the last Soulwax album:

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/a/ab/AnyMinuteNow.jpg

shahidali's picture
shahidali
4071 pencils

visual game doesn't go with the seriousness ofa business journal.
lack lusture

shahid

Wolfgang's picture
Wolfgang
143 pencils

You don't need to stay focus to read these ads, or even concentrate. Easy legible!

everartz's picture
everartz
7611 pencils

these are nice.. i like it..

| Everartz |

NatalieM's picture
NatalieM
1687 pencils

Maybe "Get Focused" could work better.

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jsptrck404
437 pencils

perhaps if the message actually rewarded me for staying focused these ads would work. but it doesn't. so they don't.

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Guest

muy bueno.

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Guest

too weak to have made it this far.

Emran Hayat's picture
Emran Hayat
832 pencils

what so ever guyz.. i like it

Creativity is a natural extension of our enthusiasm

Jp26b's picture
Jp26b
47 pencils

Wow it's not like we haven't seen 100s of ads like this already...

Jp26b's picture
Jp26b
47 pencils

Wow it's not like we haven't seen 100s of ads like this already...

Chopper's picture
Chopper
1015 pencils

Who does it buy?

ashnair's picture
ashnair
30 pencils

its actually a good and clever ad i would say. in real, working sales are really tough to focus. and the background displays sensible disturbance as we try to look at the word sales harder. in my opinion, the copy blends well with the ad.

You Fail If You Want To Fail.

jamess121's picture
jamess121
3 pencils

I don't see where's the original part, it's actually a bit annoying because it makes me dizzy. On the other hand it makes it's point, I would remember this ad if I saw it on a banner in the city.

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