LGBT advertising is nothing new. It’s been here for decades. For too long, brands have told us they’re “gay-friendly,” shown us a gratuitous same-sex couple, slapped a rainbow logo on it and called it a day. Las Vegas decided to do something different. To imagine a world where – every once in a while – we have to remind the heteros that Las Vegas still belongs to them, too…so long as they’re willing to share.
Assistant Creative Director / Art Director:Mark Naparstek
Print advertisment created by R&R Partners, United States for Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, within the category: Transport.
Everyone's welcome, even straight people.
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