Vicky's picture
375 pencils

The zoos can be very exciting places at night, the animals are more active an awake than in the day.
This is boring for that kind of product, its not funny!

And the use of constellations...seen before a little too much.

twelve_noon's picture
617 pencils

this is nice overall but nothing remarkable. Nice client, a real usp that has probably never been advertised before so, as said above, this brief 'starves' for a more humorous and original creative approach...

picky2's picture
280 pencils

this was in a dutch annual 1984 or something.. for a car dont know what brand

mrtalented's picture
2171 pencils

was it published June 1967? very old fashioned.

Ad Junkie At Large's picture
Ad Junkie At Large
554 pencils

this ad could've been so much better. I don't understand why you would haaave to go with the star reference when there are so many actual benefits you could play off of.

adcook's picture
156 pencils

Step up to the plate BatesPangulf..this is lame stuff. Could have been so much better...wouldn't even win a Saudi Sword.

Andal's picture
863 pencils

Smart and Funny Signature.

It's so easy to critic.

Rog's picture
6082 pencils

Animal eyes in their dark zoo enclosure, maybe...but, THIS?

>>>> That's not an ad. THIS is an ad.

fractalrene's picture
1504 pencils

I can watch constellations at my backyard. The brief sounds like fun, c'mon you guys, give it another try.

geo's picture
39 pencils

Very boring and I don’t see any creativity in this ad they could use the animals in a very nice way better then the stars.
And when its night it s not only stars that we can show we can show witty things that reflect the night and I don’t think the ppl gcc are that much stupid they should start to educate them about advertising

shalim's picture
38 pencils

If its like jungle Safari,seeking adventure style or wild night out, i belive there would have
been something intresting do with the All night zoo than this stuff

kingzeus's picture
260 pencils

it was published in dutch 1876, yeah..it was quite old

"you are valued for your value so be valuable..."

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