Feel the love, 4

August 2009

Print advertisment created by GlobalHue, United States for Bermuda, within the category: Transport.

Advertising Agency: GlobalHue, New York, USA

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Guest's picture

Nothing wrong, just kinda boring. Could do so much better. Lines are okay, but the art directions is from the 1980s C'mon.

rkdigital's picture
Activity Score 116

muhahah! bottom airplane.

pilot last words was: watch! how i can

Pedestrian's picture
Activity Score 492

Repetitive copy done in less than 2 minutes.

Guest's picture

ooh these guys really get the nuances of ethnically diverse advertising. global hue my ass.......

Guest's picture

I'm sure this ad is intended to reach beyond ethnic markets. But I'd guess you'd have to have a clue about what you're talking about to know that. It's a solid campaign. Award winning, maybe not. But it quickly delivers on a solid message,

Guest's picture

This is the same campaign from Continental Airlines from 4 years ago. Really guys? Couldn't you of at least waited a few more years to rip it off?

Guest's picture

I saw this on Kiss My Black Ads.

Javier Ramírez's picture
Javier Ramírez
Activity Score 1243

Ya lo he visto.

Chief Creative Director Nexus BBDO

Guest's picture

I never knew that Air-planes started flying upside down :D

Guest's picture

the lower airplane must be flipped vertical...or its going to land upside down...?

Dev Kumar's picture
Dev Kumar
Activity Score 834

This one signs off with while the others sign off with Doesn't look like it was intended. And the 2 hours business is nonsense unless they're talking to a specifically US based TG. In that case why take the trouble of going global? The art guys did a good job despite the airplane but the writer lost it.

kurtberengeiger's picture
Activity Score 7318

The lines work and the artwork supports them. Or vice-versa.
Sure, these aren't award-winning adverts, but they are solid bread & butter fare.
Did I say I like the lines?

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