satan's picture
181 pencils

a biggggggg booooooooooo

strongbone's picture
107 pencils


val's picture
93 pencils

i'm tired of this images made out of numbers or letters.
if a hundred agencies do it before you it means that this is not creative anymore.
just remember of a campaign(posted on this site)for digital artists.Is the same idea.

nish's picture
96 pencils

So am I, Val. Probably I am more tired because they appeared in close promixity in AotW. Maybe Ivan did it on purpose, to tell both agencies that how abused the idea is.

popdistortion's picture
1592 pencils

This is awful how close these two ads are. This one is definitely worse as well.

ChuckNorris's picture
834 pencils

What's up with that logo?

My shits look better than it.

the.adnerd's picture
160 pencils

nice try costa rica.
it's always beautiful.


purplesimon's picture
473 pencils

I just hate the word digitalize.

That sucks more than the ad overall.

That's how much I hate the word digitalize. Is it even part of the (UK) English language? I don't think so my American-English speaking friends

How can a language be so bastardised? Or is that bastardalised?

feder3pixels's picture
2 pencils

digitalize, transitive verb, -ized, -izing.
1. to treat with digitalis.
2. to make (data) suitable for handling by digital computer; digitize.

You know, it wolud be nice to read a little before start shooting.
And that's basic in advertising, isn't it?

adabortion's picture
615 pencils

Yeah. Simple brief answered in the most simple(dumb)way.
Even my 11 year old daughter could have picked one of those old photos
and on Photoshop, overlayed it on the so called binary codes then used the
"multiply" or so layer effect.
The poor client must have thought "WOW!"
How could ADS OF THE WORLD have posted it on here?

ivan's picture

Being easy to execute does not mean it was easy to come up with the idea.

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