Upside Down Friends

It is an aged rum. The copy in Spanish reads: Qué rico es tomarse el tiempo. It has a double meaning:
1. It is great to pass time relaxed enjoying yourself.
2. It is nice to take the time (an aged rum).

Advertising Agency: Olabuenaga Chemistri, Mexico
VP Creative: Jorge Cuchi
Group Creative Director: Pablo Ferrari
Ass. Creative Director: Hugo Castillo
Art Directors: Gert Kiebooms, Héctor Colín
Copywriter: Natividad Gidi
Photographer: Dominó / Uruguay

December 2007


Mandla N's picture
Mandla N
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Rekker's picture
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i like it!

Syd's picture
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Oh, I like this. I'd definitely stop flipping through a magazine to look at it.

Zeus's picture
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jejejeje funny!!

indie's picture
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love the photograph and the idea... two thumbs up!!!


brain123's picture
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Ok.. they are REALLY drunk!!!

iT-iS-i's picture
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Yep, they really are drunk...

Who turned the world upside down?

:: Put your ears against the ground so i can walk over what you heard::

Totto's picture
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the art director did.

Intelligent ads are the need of the hour.

SeanMartin's picture

I would have *almost* bought this as a non-Photoshop ad, had the reflections not been off. And that's a pity, because it's those little details that can really make or break an ad. Had they spent a little more time on the tabletop (specifically under the men's legs) and given them the same attention as matching the pattern in the woman's skirt, it really would have sailed. Right now, it's close, but not quite.

The larger question (and I hate asking this so much) is anyone paying attention to the publication gutter when designing these works of art? I'm guessing not, because a good chunk of the central image is gonna disappear and no one seems to have noticed.

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White lion
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Love the Idea, Shame about the bad photoshop around the hair... Apart from that. Well Done!

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