PRESENTSFashion

Skins: Fly

Ride harder.

Advertising Agency: The Furnace, Sydney, Australia
Creative Director: Rob Martin Murphy
Art Director: Chad McKenzie
Copywriter: Sean Birk
Photographer: Danny Eastwood
Head of Art: Paul Fenton
Group Account Director: Amy Cadwallader
Account Manager: Julia Thomas
Published: August 2009

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TRY HARDER

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Blashyrkh
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I like 'em all but only one does the job too. The only thing that changes is the bicycle helmet color, the insect is too small to make the difference.

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Guest

don't get it

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Guest

that fly must be from hard metal to stay in tact like that

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Guest

vieja la talla y hecha

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adbrandetc
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My only comment is that the line shouldn't be "Ride Harder" it should be " Fly Faster or " Fly."

It seems like they over killed the intention of it being a helmet, and I think you get it.. and at first glance I was confused and thought it was a bullet in each frame but clearly in a magazine you'd get it. I still think fly would be better because it would connote speed.

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Guest

Can't be much of a helmet if that's what a fly does. Think harder.

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Guest

If the fly has gone through the helmet it has also gone through this riders brains...DUH!

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Guest

wow these helmets must be really unsafe!, great photo/image - but not a great message.

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Guest

Execution similar to Alka Seltzer scam from Thailand.

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Guest

it's not an ad for helmet bike.. jackass**

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mrckais
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yep, this is for biking shorts, but anyway, is a little bit confusing, i'm a biker, but is still confusing

mrckais

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Ok, let me get this straight---- the ad is for biking shorts that allow you to go so fast that if you come in contact with an insect, it will murder you. Not just kill you, but leave 2 EXIT wounds through your helmet, which you bought from a different company? Is that about right?

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