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August 2010
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In 2009, more Guitar Hero guitars were sold than actual ones. We thought that was kinda crazy, so we created this poster campaign for Sparrow Guitars to remind people there¹s just no substitute for the real thing.

Shine on stage. Not in the basement.
Stop playing games. Start playing guitar.

Advertising Agency: Rethink, Canada
Creative Directors: Ian Grais, Chris Staples
Copywriter: Keri Zierler
Art Director / Designer: Rory O'Sullivan
Studio Artists: Richard Parkes, Justine Renvoize
Photographer: Clinton Hussey
Account Manager: Louise Ritchie

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Oh my god you guys are way to sensitive! Try reading the fine print under the image where it says "in 2009, more Guitar Hero guitars were sold than actual ones..." Then think about the ad. It's just like all those "get out and play" ads they've got goin. In my opinion this is very clever.

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Guest

twice the same ad? Or am I missing details?

Jotacef's picture
Jotacef
Activity Score 219

its a campaign

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niniasufle
Activity Score 407

wrong file I think...

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Guest

writer should break a guitar over their own head. a toy one, or a real one.

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Dzsoi
Activity Score 8436

This line sucks. You can practice on a real guitar in the basement as well. A valid difference would be like... Do you want geek admirers or hot chick fans? Something like this.

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Guest

What about people who play real guitar and play rhythm-games for fun?

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Guest

cause insulting a potential customer is always a good idea.

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juli_cuq
Activity Score 2

More bicycles were bought in the first quarter of 2009 than cars. I don't remember a Ford campaign against this.

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Guest

Oh my god you guys are way to sensitive! Try reading the fine print under the image where it says "in 2009, more Guitar Hero guitars were sold than actual ones..." Then think about the ad. It's just like all those "get out and play" ads they've got goin. In my opinion this is very clever.

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