Turinta: Cheese

The faster you get there, the better.

Print and poster campaign for the leader publisher and distributor of maps and guides in Portugal.

Advertising Agency: Mccann-Erickson, Lisbon, Portugal
Creative Director: Fred Fannon
Art Director: Raoul van Harten
Copywriter: Filipe Graça
Photographers: Fred van Zeller, Krypton Photo
Published: March 2010

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Jaap Grolleman's picture
Jaap Grolleman
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I like the ad, but is this really the right way to sell it? I'm instantly reminded of GPS navigation. A benefit of maps could be that they don't use batteries.

Guest's picture
Guest

he is right, will it be faster if you use GPS instead of map?

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Guest

don't use batteries? what kind of suggestion is that?

Dzsoi's picture
Dzsoi
5269 pencils

I guess he is saying they should have come up with a strategy that makes ppl prefer printed maps over GPS. A for/against argument is that maps don't need batteries.

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morse
15659 pencils

Haha, very good strategy here.

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Guest's picture
Guest

Jack Mancer is right!!! No batteries! Great ads could be done with this (i think)

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everartz
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something i dont like about the photo retouching.. maybe too much shadows, im not sure, besides they can use the icebox to keep their food fresh!

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jackblack's picture
jackblack
2261 pencils

Fun.

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michelangelo
660 pencils

usp of the product (in this case the 'map') versus a gps (the competitor with the upper hand) this is going to be a fun brief to work on

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BananAd
103 pencils

Smart&funny!

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BananAd
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(p.s.)

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Guest

Grate! :)

Chelsey Homan's picture
Chelsey Homan
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hahaha! I love the campaign idea. But why cheese?! Other, less weird things go bad faster. Unless Portugal has a cultural thing about cheese?

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