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morse
15972 pencils

Nice art direction for sure. Good job.

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CuriousPencil
4227 pencils

Correct me if I'm blind: are you selling shoes by showing a barefoot woman?

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Jaap Grolleman
7004 pencils

Yeah lovely art direction for sure but it would be better if they where promoting bare feet.

CommandZ's picture
CommandZ
2474 pencils

So according to Mr. Mancer and Mr. Pencil if your selling shoes you need the shoes on the feet? Sounds a bit too much like the dreaded default emulation doesn't it gentlemen? By that I mean, if your selling a smart phone for instance do you need to show imagery of people using the smart phone? Or if your selling a PS3 do you need to show pictures of gamers with controllers in their hands? That sounds pretty hackneyed if you ask me. We're here to celebrate original thinking and creativity (most of the time anyway, right?) so why try to shoe horn (sorry) your illogical rationale on something that is a new fresh way at this category? They should be lauded for doing a refreshingly new take on something that could of been very predictable (shoes on the feet) and that will no doubt stand out amongst the other more-of-the-same noise out there.

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CuriousPencil
4227 pencils

If you're selling shoes, you're not selling a phone or PS3, not a relevant comparitor. Something that could have been really good ended up as an advert for foot freshener. Or nail lotion. Or shoe deodorant. As it stands, I stand by what I said, and I do think that in-situ shots apply probably more for the shoe category than most. Unless better ads than this can show me wrong. There's no *connection* here with shoes, see? A product shot that could be replaced by athletes' foot spray does *not* make the grade.

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Anonymous Author
1541 pencils

Looks good but not outstanding; something is afoot... can't quite nail what it is.
Possibly it's the lack of connection, possibly it's a little soul-less... pretty but not insightful.

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Roger Keynes's picture
Roger Keynes
5498 pencils

Fit for adventure?
Fit for going camping, getting stoned, waking up, finding a creek and washing all your friends doodles of your legs.

Will Think for Salary

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himanshu prabhakar
473 pencils

Lovely campaign !! really adventure

Himanshu Prabhakar

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Guest

aesthetically nice

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Guest

good art work

andyStock's picture
andyStock
666 pencils

Not sure I get the message, but I LOVE the artwork.

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Guest

I love this campaign : it's simple, direct, not pretentious.

Love it.

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Guest

Who did the illustration, the art director or a freelancer? It looks gorgeous

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TiltedChairCreative
513 pencils

I give it a five for some sick art. And I love a lot of Cultivator's other work, so yeah, five.

Charo's picture
Charo
34 pencils

I´ve seen better

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