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Swimming pool

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December 2010
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Some things you only do when you are not being heavily watched.
Canal Brasil.
The freedom only an alternative tv channel can enjoy.

Advertising Agency: Nbs, São Paulo, Brazil
Creative Directors: André Lima, Pedro Feyer
Art Directors: Guilherme Almeida Valverde
Copywriters: Cassio Faraco, Fernando Calvache
Illustrator: Estúdio Alice

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Anonymous Author
Activity Score 1541

Stars are for the nice illustration. Copy suggests they don't want any more viewers; the old catch-22 of alternative coolness.
Anyway, when I fart it's intended for a large audience.

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DBB's picture
DBB
Activity Score 1216

Nice art !

kleenex's picture
kleenex
Activity Score 44796

I agree,

jackblack's picture
jackblack
Activity Score 2355

Is anyone really heavily watched?

suresh90's picture
suresh90
Activity Score 620

can some one explain the concept ?

morse's picture
morse
Activity Score 17508

Nice illustrations, but I'm unable to connect the visuals, the copy and the brand. It's just too contrived.

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AlfredoGil's picture
AlfredoGil
Activity Score 133

I completely agree. I get the story, but where's the connection?

mireia's picture
mireia
Activity Score 356

i guess it means they can show anything since they are an alternative channel (so not many people watch it), same as you can do anything when you're not being watched? maybe?

Anonymous Author's picture
Anonymous Author
Activity Score 1541

Stars are for the nice illustration. Copy suggests they don't want any more viewers; the old catch-22 of alternative coolness.
Anyway, when I fart it's intended for a large audience.

Write a wise saying and your name will live forever – Anonymous.

http://www.anonymousauthor.co.nz
www.twitter.com/@anonauth

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