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January 2009

V Multi-crisp potato chips with different kinds of flavors, such as tomato flavor, steak flavor, barbecue flavor, brings you a variety of stimulating experience.

Print advertisment created by E-Link, China for Mister Potato, within the category: Food.

Eating V Multi-crisp feels like having fun while being idle!

Advertising Agency: E-Link Advertising, Guangzhou China
Creative Director: John
Art Director: Rainbow & John
Copywriter: John & Seven
Illustrator: Zhong Cao Wang

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firebug's picture
Activity Score 1113

cant get it................

dsklan's picture
Activity Score 1926

but illustration is cool!

Jaap Grolleman's picture
Jaap Grolleman
Activity Score 6992

I rarely understand Chinese ads...

silvi's picture
Activity Score 4172

There´s some chinese here? Please, xplain.

mycidea's picture
Activity Score 90

Well, I'm Chinese.
I guess this illustrates a strong feeling brought by eating the stimulating crisp.
eating the steak flavor one makes you feel like bullfighting. it seems scary and hurt but it just a exciting feel. In Chinese,this feeling is called "过瘾"。

everartz's picture
Activity Score 7615

unappetizing... and the illustration is not that good, chinese illustrator usually come up with better quality

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Rooster's picture
Activity Score 125

In chinese this feeling is called "BULLSHIT"

liquorlicker's picture
Activity Score 6

I can't read Chinese so I'm not very sure if the ad is lost in translation. But I'm Chinese, and Chinese people like to describe exciting flavours by saying it gives a "thrill" or "shock". It's akin to saying that chilli peppers add a "kick" to a dish, or a coffee that "jolts" your senses.

So perhaps it's trying to say that the taste is so exciting, it's like it grabs you by the ass? *shrugs*

Rooster's picture
Activity Score 125

Shut up. You just create another account Mao...

"describe exciting flavours"


imini's picture
Activity Score 10

I am also Chinese, but I also think that the performance of this ad is too exaggerated, not very good