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Saw this online ad on the New York Times homepage this morning:
Which reminded me of Mullen's current campaign for JetBlue:
Click here to see another example of eerily similar ad campaigns.
07:57 PM in Controversial Advertising, Digital Advertising , Print Advertising, Travel and Tourism Advertising | Permalink
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I have an old VHS tape of the very entertaining Joe Sedelmaier TV commercials. In an interview on the tape, he essentially says creativity is the art of hiding your sources.
By that measure I'd say the NYTimes ad is a major fail.
Add: If you've seen Sedelmaier's commercials, you'd know his sources are pretty damn well hidden. I have no idea where he got his inspiration from.
02 August 2011 at 09:43 PM
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