eldeadevis's picture
306 pencils

Not bad, but I suggest getting rid off all that cheesy text and close it only with: "Ciclos anti age by Racco".

ADebutant's picture
266 pencils

My god. Does this need to be done AGAIN? Yes...how clever of you...you switched the numbers on the clock to make it look like time is being reversed.

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Guest's picture

Just a question...the number 9 on the clock, shouldnt it be written as IX rather than XI?

slowrider's picture
648 pencils

you`re right - there are two 11 on it - and VI, VII, and VIII are written wrong too

but anyway - done by olay

one should not take life so seriously - as one will not come out of it alive.

®'s picture
133 pencils

the lazy art director just used the handy "flip horizontal option" and didn't bother, that's why... only the 12 and 11 were fixed... so done before and huge mistakes in execution... hmmmm...

snolet's picture
104 pencils

Yes... at clock's bottom we can read: YNAMREG NI EDAM... Made in Germany. Wow! Lazy stuff!


picktokyo's picture
1404 pencils

"Understand The Curious Case of Benjamin Button with Ciclos Anti-Age by Racco"

this is simply the worst idea I have ever seen. What's Hollywood has to do with the mentioned cosmetic??? I mean if you wanted to say that this cosmetic makes you looks old when you're young and young when you're old, just say it, why you need a borrowed interest?

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Jet Propulsion Lab
10679 pencils

It could be some kind of a "tie-in" marketing, like when many fast food advertisers sell their products while promoting a soon-to-be-released film. If that's the case, this "age-reversing" cream advertiser teaming up with the makers of the film makes good sense. And I have no problem with that marketing tactics.

As for the ad itself, I really don't care for it one way or the other.
We've all seen it at least once, right?

dylank's picture
47 pencils

Yup it was done before for the movie itself http://taylorhopp.carbonmade.com/projects/2245267#2

TRICKY's picture
3954 pencils

4 in roman is "IV" not IIII

The man who stops advertising to save money is like the man who stops the clock to save time

slowrider's picture
648 pencils

normally they used to write it IV - but you can type it IIII too - saw it in many old reliefs and old paintings

one should not take life so seriously - as one will not come out of it alive.

Guest's picture

please take this off

nitin456's picture
133 pencils

9 & 11 is same ???????? what?????//

theanc's picture
2783 pencils

Man, if it's not better than the "TAC-TIC" ad from years ago, don't bother.

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