DHL Express: Statue

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Advertising Agency: Jung von Matt/Alster, Hamburg, Germany
Exec Creative Director: Oliver Voss
Creative Directors: Daniel Frericks, Götz Ulmer
Copywriter: Tobias Grimm
Art Director: Jens Paul Pfau
Illustrator: Florian Zwinge


k_lounge's picture
20 pencils

Very fake, photoshopped, non JVM execution. Very old first thought!

Bundy Agency's picture
Bundy Agency
597 pencils

Im pretty sure this is not a fake and they actually went out and took the shot of the giant with the sticker on his foot

salamandos's picture
1947 pencils

look at the details.. it is surely photoshopped.
and btw. there are no such giants in hamburg! :)

Mr.Top's picture
728 pencils

Look at the shadow on the right side of the sticker, has nothing to do with the light of the foot. This is clearly one of the thousands of FAKE-EXPRESS iseas JvM is doing this year.

bertie's picture
54 pencils

I'm pretty sure you're wrong. Look closer.

judy.y's picture
79 pencils

er...... photoshoped

Applemask's picture
21 pencils

Does it matter?

salamandos's picture
1947 pencils

hell yeah

sonucoues2002's picture
804 pencils

dont spoil the campaign
need to learn the good use of photoshop

adniel's picture
31 pencils

Hmm... I´m wondering why JvM posted soooooo much stuff lately? Ready for Cannes maybe...
All off it is not so good. not so much JvM as it just to be.

salamandos's picture
1947 pencils

I like most of their stuff.. There are even some "real" ads and not only fakes.

speed's picture
83 pencils

This is not a campaign - it's the same ad done 3 times. Why would DHL want to waste their money on producing 3 ads that say the exact same thing? Do they not possess other benefits beyond size, like say, fast and cheap?

Please spend your client's money wisely, folks.

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