Gazeteport: Chain

Days without "press"ure are coming.

Gazeteport is the first independent internet newspaper in Turkey. This campaign was designed to show people that paper-based newspapers have become a monopoly. They have become a loyal server of corporate giants and the government while the news in these publications get manipulated as the newshole gets smaller by day. So, in a way, the newspapers we knew are dying in a suicidal act.

Advertising Agency: 2730 Design&Co
Creative Director / Art Director: Selim Ünlüsoy
Copywriters: Odisseas Sevsevme, Omer Onsun, Oyku Yardim

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DROGA55's picture
DROGA55
55 pencils

Si no lo explicabas no te entidia nada pero esta bacano vef
Buena Omer
$:That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

talkie's picture
talkie

Not bad at all. :)

Jaxx's picture
Jaxx
7 pencils

minimal and strong
very nice

Jaxx's picture
Jaxx
7 pencils

minimal and strong
very nice

SogukAdam's picture
SogukAdam

I think it is very impressive way to show the pressure on press. Congratulations...

Rog's picture
Rog
6094 pencils

Like the visual.
Not wrapped in the gag line.

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

Celinee's picture
Celinee

Simple and impressive . Nice work.

ilovegreatads's picture
ilovegreatads
312 pencils

A rather long chain of argument isn't it, from 'monopoly' to 'loyal server (sic)' to 'news manipulation' to 'suicide'...

As for the visual metaphor, used to see ads like this when i was a kid.

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ilovegreatads
312 pencils

A rather long chain of argument isn't it, from 'monopoly' to 'loyal server (sic)' to 'news manipulation' to 'suicide'...

As for the visual metaphor, used to see ads like this when i was a kid.

ilovegreatads's picture
ilovegreatads
312 pencils

oops sorry hit 'post' button twice too many times

Wain's picture
Wain

I don't understand how people can like this....
Maybe a lot of vintage fans...it's realy bad old fashion taste....
Boring, ugly, already done 100000000 times....

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