besoz's picture
48 pencils

love it but a pit old

tantrik_indian's picture
953 pencils

What is the product?
~~be cool eh!~~

~~this paranoid survived!~~

ivan's picture

Bank, credit card

postman's picture
951 pencils

It took me too long to read these (mostly the first one, of course). I think, most people won't care.

Jet Propulsion Lab's picture
Jet Propulsion Lab
10679 pencils

A sale.
Please get it right if you're going to even ATTEMPT to reach an English speaking audience.

Pacific Blue's picture
Pacific Blue
335 pencils

Anyone know the name of this is typo?

fractalrene's picture
1504 pencils

Not bad... I think some art work may improve it, like the emboss on a credit card close up... or actually make them and send'em as direct mail to potential clients.

Qbird's picture
142 pencils

personally.. i don't like it, credit card got 16 DIGITS but no alphabet.. why needa put in alphabet???
just to make up the idea???

chirp chirp chirp...

mayhem's picture
126 pencils

IMHO, I think it works better with the target audiences. They would be familiar with the brand/logo. No explanation needed. Although the headline is a bit difficult to read. However, it's a bit confusing for those who don't know the brand/logo. But who cares as long as it works for the target audiences:)

laylowmoe's picture
328 pencils

I disagree. Ads are mass communication - as in, MASS. Which brand doesn't want to, or can afford to survive without, expanding their market? This doesn't mean watering down their message - but it does mean that, let's say, you're selling to edgy, rebellious teens, a 30-something should see your ad and think "wow, sure looks cool to be an edgy rebellious teen of today, hmm, maybe I can relive it by buying this product".

me thinks's picture
me thinks
722 pencils

i didn't cared to read...

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Boxey's picture
8881 pencils

too hard to read.

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