Lego: Sixties

Builders of tomorrow.

Advertising Agency: Serviceplan, Munich, Germany
Executive Creative Director: Matthias Harbeck
Chief Executive Creative Director: Alex Schill
Creative Director: Oliver Palmer
Art Directors: Sandra Loibl, Julia Koch
Copywriter: Frank Seiler
Account Executive: Monika Klingenfuß
Art Director Assistant: Franz Röppischer
Stylist: Frank Niedorff
Published: December 2010


urvi's picture
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KbxAdz's picture
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neigbour's child lol, bot have dark hair how did the son have blond

You Are What You Expect

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Boby Smiley
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The usual for that time frame, the Postman.

CuriousPencil's picture
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No cohesion in the composition. Kid's looking out of shot at... what? Is the device supposed to look like a Star Trek communicator? This is sadly confusing, and makes me think it's the afterthought of the campaign. Should have just stuck with the windmills and left it there.

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ZaboZaboZabo's picture
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True. The idea is almost the same...
And, after all, LEGO it's always 100% fake.

mdb1974's picture
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Not the same of the 06 idea. This series rocks. It's the key selling point for legos and it's true. Today's American innovators grew up on legos, now these same people are trying to figure out what toys to buy for their kids. Perfect.

luispiter's picture
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nice..nice.. nice

dadada's picture
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nice concept

Everybody is creative, be yourself.

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Marlus Lau
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Hum...that's interesting!

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MidasTouch's picture
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Lol! Their faces are cool!

//usevertising v.s badvertising//
C'est une question de vie ou de mort.

Manoma's picture
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I dont know if i prefer their faces, or the concept !
Their faces i think ;-)

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