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SeanMartin's picture
SeanMartin

What an utterly bizarre series. I liked it, and I'm not even sure why, because on the surface, it's borderline offensive as all hell. But the model looks like he's having a blast, which mitigates it and actually got me to visit the website, something I rarely do. Nice job.

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shambugu's picture
shambugu
34 pencils

@SeanMartin: Dude,you can't be serious

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SeanMartin

Indeed I am. Like I said, I cant explain it, but these things look like they were a howl to put together.

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Here, let me save everyone the trouble of asking. "Do you even work in advertising?"

sneakyhands's picture
sneakyhands
1857 pencils

okay, the main character is small -- i think we all get that. we can also read that small is better. now, if the client is an online electronics store, then exactly why in the world has small become better? true, smaller companies are generally more maneuverable, but they tend to lack the resources required to fill large numbers of orders. i'd rather have what i've ordered already be in stock so it's promptly shipped. the underdog positioning here doesn't work for me.

Favete's picture
Favete
365 pencils

What does it has to do with electronics? it could work for any small size company then!

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sneakyhands
1857 pencils

that's true, but in this case is 'small' really better? for an electronics retail store, i feel that 'small' stores are at a disadvantage. the word 'small' for me has a negative connotation, at least for this type of client. if they positioned the store as 'agile' or better yet 'quick' then that might prompt me to use their site, but 'small' feels like they're just looking for a handout. take pity on us, we're 'small.'

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DOn't worry guys, this is a joke..

sumsum's picture
sumsum
615 pencils

the insight is lame an predictable. but the execution is weird which makes the ad - just in this case - not worse.

Toro's picture
Toro
1007 pencils

OK, the website is some sort of eBay offering the lowest price for all sorts of gadgets and products, so what the bl**dy h*ll is this campaign about???

superfel's picture
superfel
51 pencils

And, ¿why exactly is small better? I can´t see that in the ad, and I can´t see that in the website.

STRTLRS's picture
STRTLRS
1607 pencils

This is a mess. First off, the model isn't a small person, he was made that way with the magic of bad Photoshop (more noticeable on the rugby version). I think the connection with "small" is that the site offers smaller prices on electronics. Why is small better? Because he'll get to the 500 euro before the tall guy? This would make a lot more sense if he was looking up a woman's skirt, then it would be better to be small. In a nutshell, this campaign is a failure and makes no sense.

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STRTLRS's picture
STRTLRS
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Never mind the upskirt thing, I see there's one like that in the series and it actually makes sense.

And no, I'm not crazy. I did reply to my own comment.

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CR_AD's picture
CR_AD
413 pencils

This concept "SMALL IS BETTER" was great for SMART CAR but here only baseline is good !

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PixelBoy's picture
PixelBoy

It's absolute garbage.

Midget advertising - the last resort for hack creatives.

psalyms's picture
psalyms
116 pencils

for baseline, small cant be better, cos he's got shorter legs as a small man plus, this ad doesnt do the job, i guess the other one with the skirt does.ths would have done better if they were by a coin-operated crossbar of a railway terminal and they both dont have coins, the shorty goes under and the tallie cant.

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