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hero's picture
hero

Funny. Maybe could have changed up the luck symbol...rabbit's foot, horseshoe, etc.

Mihai's picture
Mihai

I believe that the lucky charm is very well chosen. It's very transcultural

popdistortion's picture
popdistortion
1594 pencils

Nice photography. Very well done even though one slowly has seen enough of condoms and similar

Guest's picture
Guest

i agree. the luck symbol is too monotoneus. but why sex act?arent they too many ad with sex acts?

Guest's picture
Guest

I think it's good that they used a clover in all the ads. First, it's green so it stands out. And second, repetition is good in advertising. It's only one tiny element, not the whole ad that's the same. I don't find it monotonous at all.

Why sex act? IT'S A CONDOM AD.

ALAA's picture
ALAA
439 pencils

I agree with you....

Guest's picture
Guest

Looks like a pretentious fashion ad. Someone should mash this up with lucky brand jeans.

Ainadaliel's picture
Ainadaliel
271 pencils

I like the idea. But it would have been better if the others had good luck charms other than a four-leaf clover. Like, a horseshoe or something.

ophelia's picture
ophelia

A condom is sooo much easier to find that a clover, a rabbits foot, or any other symbol of luck. i like the idea of not counting on luck, but visually, it doesnt make sense to be holding up these objects

Will's picture
Will

This is a french advert.
Is a rabbits foot a lucky symbol in France?

As for the horseshoe. A big hefty metal object in the above picture would imply violence not sex.

Is this supposed to be on a billboard, or to fit in to fashion magazines? If the latter it would explain the "glossy" look to the images.

hammad's picture
hammad

wait wait wait... is this promoting homosexuality?

ivan's picture
ivan

If so, what's wrong with that?

Ivan Raszl, admin of AotW

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