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mjspiderman's picture

Boring, not even witty. Try again...smells like 92 suddenly.

bigdickedbastard's picture

Rodrigo de Triana called ¨tierra a la vista¨ first. not someone you Ignorant.
Bad ad anyway.

creative420's picture
Activity Score 279

I loved all three of them. Simple and Super :) Keep it up Lowe Mexico. You guys are doing Great :)

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with that kind of feedback no wonder why they keep on doing all this crap. Funnily enough, they think this is something that could actually win an award...

Protus's picture

And the sad thing is that you won't see your name in the credits, hey Guest?

Guest007's picture

The day this piece of crap wins something it, we talk, matey.
Pedanticly yours.

atulspande's picture
Activity Score 180

hi, guys

it's g8 done simple and effective.

no need to say anything more

food4thought's picture

Weakest of the three. A let down to the campaign. But overall a very nicely rounded off concept - best of all - it's copy driven and it works wonderfully! Well done. SFX: Monks chanting followed by a woohoo!*

Rog's picture
Activity Score 6082

Dull. Old hat.
No happy ever after.

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

Corbeen's picture
Activity Score 1093

why not the maraton man, he would not run if he called. this is not the case with columbus

sloppy4's picture
Activity Score 1494

sounds like the communication worked in this case.

nemesis's picture
Activity Score 765

this was is confusing... not liking it.

Maxwedge's picture
Activity Score 558

These are nice but how does a comment become a powerful example of "communication, or communication breakdown." Could have used a better example to show this. Odd that they have chosen non fiction for this one as opposed to the other classic tale Ads.
Maybe just branding protocol but could have run a punchy coloured background like a bright cyan with a font that has a more modern data look.

"...very important?" weakens the headline, maybe..."Communication is everything."