Absolutely no time to write about these guys.
Man City = jokes about money, Sheikhs, and egos.
See also: blue moon and noisy neighbours.
I even tried, and probably failed, to do one about Star Wars. Good, it was not.
Didn’t have time for one yesterday. Sorry guys @OneMinuteBriefs, I was doing my last ever uni exam.
Today I created a few ads for charities supporting sufferers from blindness.
From Guide Dogs to the RNIB to the NFB.
Hope you enjoy.
I was out and about today, so had no time to properly produce an ad.
However, unable to kick the habit I just had to write the copy on the old dog ‘n’ bone.
So apologies for the execution.
A bit of a saucy double entendre to kick us off.
Was envisioning a white bikini-clad girl with lobster-esque sunburn. If this was the case they’d look a little like an old-fashioned barbers pole. Sunburn is obviously preferable to a appointment at Sweeney Todd’s barbershop, but it’s still not a great look.
We’ve all been there. Excruciating sun burn on your back. What do your mates think would be incredibly amusing? Giving it a damn-hard whack. Ouch. It’s not worth it – remember suncream.
Again apologies for the execution, but hope you enjoy the copy anyway.
That was my first reaction. It was definitely a tricky one today.
How does one go about advertising… advertising?
As I write this I’m struggling to compare it to anything other than describing a description. I’m not even sure that applies.
However, I am sure it’s not the same as butchering a butcher.
It was certainly a bit of a mind-boggler, but here’s what I came up with:
Meals on Wheels.
A return to school-dinners for the elderly and the vulnerable – except they’re delivered right to your door.
I can’t imagine they taste that great.
But, hopefully these are some tasty ads.
A play on the word “Michelin” – good food delivered to you via a car using Michelin tyres.
“Bread & Butter” i.e. your necessities. Meals on Wheels delivers a necessary service.
Adopted a slightly younger target audience for this. More a bit of fun and play on the colloquial “om nom nom”
Ads are always great if they’re current. Enter the infamous Suarez – always in the news, which is great for advertisers.
Brief: Advertise for the NHS.
My advert for the NHS. Short & Simple Copy.