wow.. those are brilliant. nice exectuion too.
Brilliant concept, and hilaruois execution!
same style as the mailboxes with the bike -but better
Wonderful! great fantasy and execution
It has been done before. MTV Germany did a TV social campaign 2 or three years ago to support young people in getting a job. The commercials started with people who wanted coffee for example and ended with showing the guys inside of the machines. Sorry.
nice in theory, but i don’t like these ads that only work if you’re standing at exactly the right angle.
That’s not true. The picture is taken from a centered angle. This is the most neutral angle there is, so no problem there. I really like this campaign. Very nice pictures also.
i also saw it in the “Men In Black II” movie years ago! The aliens were working inside the machines and hide themselves in.
really nice! that’s what Ä± am searching for when creativity is on
“Thatâ€™s not true. The picture is taken from a centered angle. This is the most neutral angle there is, so no problem there. I really like this campaign. Very nice pictures also.”
how so? in the picture you can see the far wall and the back wall, and NOT the inside wall of the front panel. therefore, the pictures are taken from about a 3/4 perspective. if you were standing perfectly perpendicular to this object, it would look weird.
these are great, you can’t deny it.
the angle of the photography is right.. no one walks into a machine, they walk next to a machine…
i wonder where to apply for this jobs. does anybody know?
That’s a concept that you imagine doing, but have a hard time finding a place to implement. Cheers to Jobsintown for being open enough to do it.
Done before! But nice anyway!
In Holland the MacDonalds had a burger they sold for ‘just one euro’, so ‘a guy sat in a jukebox and whenever someone put a euro in it he would sing a song’…
The same idea, different goals…
great work, concept and execution.
Some of the best advertising are the ones that don’t work so hard at all. Simple, direct and smart. Now, what other types of vending machines could you think of?
The person literally operating a machine may not be a new concept (it was a standard joke on the Flintstones, albeit with a world weary dinosaur and recently there was an ad in the UK, for tea I think, that had a man ‘operating’ the scanner area of a checkout) but this is an almost perfect execution of the idea and for a company that the message is truly apposite for. A perfect blend of form and content.
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This is so cool!
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