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March 2008
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Print advertisment created by Original Studio, Brazil for POP, within the category: Media.

The website that shows everything that is in your head.
www.pop.com.br

Advertising Agency: Original Studio, Curitiba, Brazil
Creative Directors: Rafael Oliveira and Victor Beuren
Art Director: Victor Beuren
Copywriter: Rafael Oliveira
Photographer: LuxLab

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funky_frogii's picture
funky_frogii
Activity Score 2538

nice art.......
love anything creative
http://addot.blogspot.com/

Infected by a virus called CREATIVE | "And ya I Love Everything"
http://addot.blogspot.com | http://creativecreepers.blogspot.com

nile's picture
nile
Activity Score 14

no!!!!! poor art work

wildbore's picture
wildbore
Activity Score 749

poor GUY!

Rabubi's picture
Rabubi
Activity Score 560

oh no

konekt's picture
konekt
Activity Score 60

where's porn? girls? sex?

maxi.adrogue's picture
maxi.adrogue
Activity Score 22

cool art.

getconnected2001's picture
getconnected2001
Activity Score 987

Art direction........awesome!
Not a bad concept too.

StuartLittle's picture
StuartLittle
Activity Score 468

Popped, Awesome art Direction

Calibarak's picture
Calibarak
Activity Score 302

Good

Sally_Bison's picture
Sally_Bison
Activity Score 82

why is that white guy acting black?

strongbone's picture
strongbone
Activity Score 107

so, this is awards wining ads?

NatalieM's picture
NatalieM
Activity Score 1685

The art direction is cool. The body language is odd.

krautland's picture
krautland
Activity Score 3216

no idea, ridiculous execution ... the people who came up with this gunk should be forced to work in a pr agency.

consolidated.db's picture
consolidated.db
Activity Score 545

i think the Gen Y target wouldn't buy into this ad at all.

it might even have adverse effects...

judgeAd's picture
judgeAd
Activity Score 30

too literal...!!

Guest's picture
Guest

this was stolen!!! I know the sculptor who create this head piece. Kip Stein from Syracuse University.

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