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Published/Aired: 
April 2008
Description: 

Find room.
The Solstice Sale.

Advertising Agency: Rethink, Vancouver, Canada
Creative Directors: Chris Staples, Ian Grais
Art Director: Rob Sweetman
Photographer: Ric Kokotovich
Retouchers: Steve Pinter, Chris Raedcher
Copywriter: Jono Holmes

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Jenny Cole's picture
Jenny Cole
Activity Score 2

It's a very clever but simple advert... its one that has you looking twice as you see something is out of place the longer you look at it.

philippertl's picture
philippertl
Activity Score 656

Nice and clean, like it!

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copywriter.txt's picture
copywriter.txt
Activity Score 828

Nice idea to put the concept at a purchase ticket.
Very clean ad.

bknowlden's picture
bknowlden
Activity Score 3647

What a gorgeous campaign.

capywriter's picture
capywriter
Activity Score 5509

nice set

m í t i c o's picture
m í t i c o
Activity Score 676

Good enough

Viva Honduras !!!

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Howard Roark
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jungle boy
Activity Score 196

sorry, plz explain...

sumsum's picture
sumsum
Activity Score 615

can someone please explain me the idea? if it's just running lack of flowerpots - which i doubt - it's weak.

nextt's picture
nextt
Activity Score 33

The flower leaning towards the receipt is an unnecessary complication. I thought it was looking for sun, and I was like "huh?" but the other ads clued me in finally.

atb2005's picture
atb2005
Activity Score 13557

Great, slightly funny, campaign. Is it really hard to get? I think it's very basic. We've got a sale here; sale means cheap prices. So the idea is to "find room" at home because you're likely to come out of these garden centers with a huge purchase of flowers, plants, etc. Again, lovely campaign!

Jenny Cole's picture
Jenny Cole
Activity Score 2

It's a very clever but simple advert... its one that has you looking twice as you see something is out of place the longer you look at it.

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