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Boeing

Published/Aired: 
June 2007
Description: 

Follow-up print ad on the Touareg pulls a Boeing ambient.

Advertising Agency: DDB, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Creative Directors: Dylan de Backer
Copywriter: Dylan de Backer
Art Director: Joris Kuijpers
Account Supervisor: Milo van der Meij
Advertiser's Supervisors: Wim de Ruiter, Marian Verheij
Postproduction: Magic

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Brainsugar's picture
Brainsugar
Activity Score 1631

Great ad! It seems that billbern back :siffle:

Steeef's picture
Steeef
Activity Score 135

Great ad!

Nice idea

no-ideas-original's picture
no-ideas-original
Activity Score 106

I agree but is the caravan part really needed? Its more of a trailer tent than a caravan anyway.

lorem_ipsum's picture
lorem_ipsum
Activity Score 196

this ad is from a agency from the netherlands... of course it needs the caravan =)

scatpack's picture
scatpack
Activity Score 16

Someone please explain to me how this spread ad will work when there is one column of copy in the fold.

Come on people! Basic design 101!

ivan's picture
ivan

Maybe this is a half page ad. ;)

ahmed ragheb's picture
ahmed ragheb
Activity Score 297

BORING ??

axelk's picture
axelk
Activity Score 286

great. love this ads. very paratextual and postmodern. to talk about advertising in an adprint. genius

RT3's picture
RT3
Activity Score 66

Impresive, great demo showing it's potencial.

Joe76's picture
Joe76
Activity Score 772

Impresive.

inkfromthepen's picture
inkfromthepen
Activity Score 147

hey, axelk, did you swallow a dictionary, per chance? a simple "great", or "unique", or "unexpected" would have have done nicely. but "paratextual" and "postmodern"? Good Lord man!

Kin's picture
Kin
Activity Score 86

...don't think many non advertising people will know the meaning of "retouch"....

an_opinion's picture
an_opinion
Activity Score 50

Classic, Well done.

Maxwedge's picture
Maxwedge
Activity Score 558

Grabby, but a little ho-hum for VW. Reminds me of the BMW ads of the early 80's.

Guest's picture
Guest

very bad and boring...forced and overexagerated

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