Miami Ad School: Let them rest in peace, 2

Let him rest in peace.

The latest Miami Ad School's institutional campaign aims to challenge the creatives to abandon references used exhaustively by the advertising market and to stimulate the search for new ones. Each one of the three pieces from the print campaign shows a composition with dozens of ads, products and services completely different, but starred by the same characters ever: Albert Einstein, Marilyn Monroe and Che Guevara.

Advertising School: Ogilvy Brasil
Chief Creative Director: Anselmo Ramos
Creative Directors: Roberto Fernandez, Paco Conde
Art Director: Thiago Di Gregorio
Copywriter: Felipe Machado
Illustrators / 3D: Alexandre Bucsky, Helena Lopes / Artluz Studio
Producers: Patrícia Cortes, Márcia Monteiro
Account Manager: Gabriela Malta
Published: April 2013


pez's picture
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Using their image to say not to use their image anymore...

haole's picture
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i liked, its a message for the do new things, new ideas...

Badj's picture
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Oh that's pretty ironic...

joelapompe's picture
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How advertising recycles and hijacks famous images and symbols (including Che Guevara) is the subject of my latest book (available worldwide) :

certaintly's picture
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just as stupid and lazy as this ad:

(which most people liked actually)

albinojc's picture
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Let this idea rest in peace.

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salil.sharma's picture
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Creative Campaign

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