November 2008

Print advertisment created by TBWA, United States for Nissan, within the category: Automotive.

Advertising Agency: TBWA\ChiatDay, Los Angeles, USA
Executive Creative Director: Rob Schwartz
Creative Director: Curt Detweiler
Associate Creative Directors: Chris Lynch, Mike Yagi
Art Director: Brent Anderson
Copywriter: Steve Howard
Photographer: Darran Rees
Designer / Illustration: Struck Design
Retouching: Saddington & Baynes
Print Producer: Karen Youngs

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oopsie_dum_didly's picture
Activity Score 91

Great art direction.

Zeus's picture
Activity Score 906


STRTLRS's picture
Activity Score 1601

Nothing new but nicely done. Would have been better if shadow on forklift matched the rest. Attention to details peoples!

I think, therefore... yeah.

dshott's picture
Activity Score 475

Don't think that matters, it creates a balance between the shadow of the truck that peels off the other side of the page.

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great art direction? maybe if it were 1992

xtianwilliams's picture
Activity Score 58

Sure it's not setting a new benchmark in design, but I'm sure the art director cringed when he was want me to add what? and that, and that, and that, please god no more....OK, I'll add that and that too? It's hard to pull off a nice ad when the client wants to say everything in it. But I think these guys managed to pull it off.

oopsie_dum_didly's picture
Activity Score 91

It's not 1992?

everartz's picture
Activity Score 7609

nice busy art!

| everartz |

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Nice ad work

Dale's picture
Activity Score 370

This is a good, solid ad. Nothing revolutionary, just an effective piece that speaks to the audience and sells the product. That's nice to see here.

- Commenting in all caps with poor spelling and grammar is so done before -

- The only thing more rare than a good ad is a good guest comment -

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Every truck makes claims? You mean every truck manufacturer makes claims. The problem is the first half of the headline has been forced to get the second half to work. I'm sure with a little more time spent you could have got it to work properly. Still, it's hard to get decent ideas through with such clients so nice one.

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