Pepsi Raw: In the raw, 1

Advertising Agency: Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO, UK

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sneakyhands
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"I'll tell you the commercial they'd like to do, if they could, and I guarantee you, if they could, they'd do this, right here. Here's the woman's face, beautiful. Camera pulls back, naked breast. Camera pulls back, she's totally naked. Legs apart. Two fingers, right here, and it just says, "Drink Coke." Now I don't know the connection here, but goddamn if Coke isn't on my shopping list that week." -- Bill Hicks

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ivan

Ivan Raszl, admin of AotW

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manu.rox

hahahahahhahahahahaha....... dats so true man !

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NomadDCLXVI
440 pencils

right on spot :)))))) yeah!

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izmild
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It's promoting naked body. But, it's done well to grap my attention to see...

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vinaks
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RIP Bill Hicks.

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winokur
47 pencils

You would think they would either have better retouching or the guts to shoot these practically - that would be entertaining.

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Guest commenter

Is an asscrack forbidden?

Fogell's picture
Fogell

Don't show naked people unless you can really show them naked.
It makes pepsi come across as a prude american wannabe brand (which they are)

Telling the consumer to dare to go raw, while tey're not daring to show the rawness is pathetic.

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corre
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so how does product connect with all that? Is the pepsi raw supposed to be a more natural drink with less sugars and additives and etc?

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Guest commenter

This is what Reeves called "Vampire effect".

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morfeus

It's what Reeves called "Vampire effect".

Sorry, but it's awfull.

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Guest commenter

Shot in the studio, then composited onto a street picture...Sad.
They didn't have the balls to take her to the streets.

No wonder Pepsi *sucks* at everything these days.

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