Sony Alpha900 DSLR: Bigfoot

Capture the truth with a 24.6 megapixel Alpha900.

Advertising Agency: Sparkfury Creative Consultants, Singapore
Creative Directors: Michael Wee, Perry Goh
Art Director: Johnny Tan
Copywriter: Llyon Lim
Photographer: Teo studio
Digital Imagery: Eye Candi Pte Ltd
3D animation: Vividthree productions Pte Ltd
Published: August 2008

23 comments

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Guest

Fallons gorilla?

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Guest

fallon gorilla!!?? are you fucking serious? if anythihng, seen it seen it seen it but to equate this to fallon gorilla is insane

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Andal
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You just don't get it do you?

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It's so easy to critic.

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Guest

this is as bad as a moose taking a shit in my chest.... it looks like his dong is hanging....

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Guest

Yeah, someone should have caught that. I guess he won't be known as Bigfoot anymore.

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Guest

this is bad as fallon's gorilla...

it doesnt matter if it was grand prix in cannes...

its easy to travel your mind like: hey, lets sell chocolate? why dont we put a gorilla playing drums? why? i dont know... it is funny...

we need serious advertising. we need advertising with strong concepts, links, idea... advertising that our sisters could'nt ever do it...

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Guest

if you'd done anything remotely as good as cadbury gorilla you wouldn't be lurking on this website like a loser

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Guest

sumthin wrong with the cropping on its right leg i guess?

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ronstr
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I can't believe that the next campaign of using yeti, loch ness monster and UFO again could turn out to be really nice!!
nice work!

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Guest

Good and simple idea. I believe if your clever enough to make this, you know it's a cliché and it just makes the idea stronger.

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Davosk
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I agree with guest. Yes it's a cliché but it's a new take on these very well known images that demonstrates the product benefit perfectly.

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Guest

Lousy execution. But a good idea.

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spiergallo
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Where there is a gorilla, is Fallon?
Where there are colorful bouncing balls, there is Fallon?
Where there are splashes of paint color, there is Fallon?
Where there are rabbits, there is Fallon?
But what you say!

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Guest

I'd done the same campaign 7 years ago.
It was great at that point of time but I'd say it's very dated for 2009.

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sneakyhands
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this is cliche for cliches.

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dnic garcia
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the gorilla is posing? doesn't like me...

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macuser
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Have none of you seen that picture of bigfoot before? This is a parody of that shot. Don't you see?

This is cool. You just don't get it.

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funky_frogii
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infected by a virus called creative
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Guest

Done for olympus - in about 1980 something. In D&aD. Exactly the same, just less copy on this one (which kind of says it's scam, yes?)

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Guest

why does this agency always does such crappy work? come on man, give us some fresh ideas before you start getting blacklisted.

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Guest

Oh dear, Olympus did the same campaign 10 years ago. same visuals better execution and line. from lowe Howard Spink. London.

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Migzter13
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nyaha. This could've been better of they were presented as the fakes that they are.

Stop Mediocrity. Start Creativity.
There are two kinds of people in the world; people who like mustangs (cool people) and people who like camaros (idiots).

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Migzter13
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this could've been better if they were presented as the fakes they are.

Stop Mediocrity. Start Creativity.
There are two kinds of people in the world; people who like mustangs (cool people) and people who like camaros (idiots).

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