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Classic pairs, 4

Published/Aired: 
February 2009
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Print advertisment created by Miami Ad School, United States for Goobers, within the category: Food.

Advertising Agency: Miami Ad School
Art Director / Copywriter: Carren O'Keefe

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NOW WITH MORE SALMONELLA!

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everartz
Activity Score 7609

this is a god damn good campaign, especially there is no text!!
my only concern is why is it done using the black and white old photos?
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Because it says "classic pair".

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i´m agree with Everatz. Classic doesn´t means without color.

Good ad! I like it.

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i am zero
Activity Score 142

MEMENTO IN PRINT!

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simply kool.

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i didnt understant this crappy shit

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bill_boonie
Activity Score 115

Crappy shit is a bit harsh, but I also don't get it.

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Two things that go well together.

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then you're not classic

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cuteangel
Activity Score 39

hey... its a nice idea once u understand it...but its little difficult to understand i guess....

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Look at the product at the bottom right...it's striped with alternate arrangement of peanut butter and jelly. So is the visual of the classic pairs. And peanut butter and jelly are inseparable things and so are these pairs.

Intriguing. Would cut through the clutter also and people would remember the package and the brand.

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maashookshee
Activity Score 414

another great one ... respect.. i like the characters on the products .

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Each faces shown demonstrates how the product felt (it's taste). This ad is a lil bit misleading but we've gat only 2 faces up there. A man and a woman. Probably, these twos are couples.

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Each faces shown demonstrates how the product felt (it's taste). This ad is a lil bit misleading but we've gat only 2 faces up there. A man and a woman. Probably, these twos are couples.

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Good I like it

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Quote: Because it says "classic pair".

No, it doesn't say this anywhere on the ad.

If it needs explaining, put it on the ad. Not on a title that a consumer can't read.

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NOW WITH MORE SALMONELLA!

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