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Jonny Lonestar's picture
Jonny Lonestar
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what is that i cant see it

De Qasim's picture
De Qasim
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very nice art work

natts's picture
natts
112 pencils

i don´t get it :(

IgorHernandez's picture
IgorHernandez
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No me gusta.

Spanky's picture
Spanky
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doesn't make sense

LifeIsAVainBattleAgainstOblivion's picture
LifeIsAVainBatt...
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it's an image made of the animals which usually get scared by the dog, respectively the lion. e.g. cats and antelopes. they want to say that the sound is so good, that you can actually visualize their fear. sort of "every pixel does its job".
and there's where the broken bridge lies (from my point of view): the metaphor "the lion roar power is judged by the sum of the animals scared by it" it's quite far fetched and the visual is somehow confusing. indeed, if they made the dog from dogs, it would have been dull and not a metaphor anymore.
although the art direction is cool and it's made by a famous agency, I think the logic behind is not so... obvious. this doesn't mean that it can't get some lion in Cannes, of course :)
the more abstract you are, the chances get better.

Jet Lee's picture
Jet Lee
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How could you tell what those little pieces were?
Have u seen the poster?
Can't work out what they are from here.

puppiepoppy's picture
puppiepoppy
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No, I didn't manage to get the experience of sound from the poster.

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Bundy Agency
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this might just be me but it seems a little backwards.
shopuldnt we be seeing a cat looking scared and the image would be made up of a lot of little dogs barking

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tantrik_indian
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Highly farfetched.
~~be cool eh!~~

~~this paranoid survived!~~

Borde's picture
Borde
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i couldn't tell either by looking at the ad!

to difficult to really spot the animals!... as a matter of fact i havent seen any clear one!

they all look like dolphins to me!

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