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 Yulia said on March 22nd, 2007

Tony, tony, tony has done it again.

Interesting, cool. Will the average consumer get it? I hope so. Now won’t tis only make sense in the night time when the gates are pulled down… or maybe it’s a special gate that stays closed all the time. I’m overthinking it. It’s cool.

 karen said on March 22nd, 2007

Very cool in it’s simplicity. If the doors remain down, then people should get it. I dig.

 Fresh Peel said on March 23rd, 2007

Yeah that’s smart and way creative! Kudos to the designer.

 Bob said on March 23rd, 2007

Now if only S&S could do it for a real client who actually pays for their own media.

 CBETA said on March 23rd, 2007

Oh WOW. One of those ideas that you go DUUUH why didn’t I think of that? This is great work. Kudos Saatchi!

 Danny said on April 1st, 2007

Tell me, what street is this on in NYC? I want to go see it…to prove whether it is scam or not. Then I want to find out if the client paid for this, or the agency.

 Mark said on May 5th, 2007


extremely clever idea,great use of an optical illusion making the gates look like aluminum foil.

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