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"AIR FORCE ONE" COM UM GRAFFITI!!!!!!!


O avião do Presidente dos EUA, o "Air Force One", foi pintado com um graffiti!!!! Incrível!!!!... O autores da proeza iludiram a segurança e filmaram tudo! Não vi ainda isto em qualquer televisão!... E ouçam ainda o que o mentor da ideia, Marc Ecko, tem para dizer sobre essa acção em "Still Free"!.....

4 Comentários:

Anonymous ruizocas disse...

Bem... a sério, mas será que a ingenuídade não tem limites? Dúvidas que caíu um aviãp no pentágono e acreditas que pintaram um graffiti no af1... mas pensa lá um bocadinho e vê lá se não te andam a comer os miolos... aiai

19 abril, 2006  
Anonymous zumba disse...

Ouve lá Frederico, tu não és um gajo com influencias e tal ? É que há dias queixavas-te aqui daqueles angariadores melgas da baixa e ontem a polícia fez lá uma verificação. Boa pá!

19 abril, 2006  
Anonymous serpi disse...

o still free, é fake que estranho será a sociedade da desinformação a funcionar...

27 abril, 2006  
Anonymous Anónimo disse...

http://media.guardian.co.uk/site/story/0,,1803224,00.html

Spoof Air Force One ad wins Cannes prize

Watch the ad

Mark Sweney at the Cannes Lions advertising festival
Thursday June 22, 2006


Still free: attracted so much media speculation that Pentagon was forced to deny Ecko ad was not real

A viral advertisement featuring a graffiti artist breaking into Andrews Airforce Base and tagging President Bush's plane Air Force One has taken the top digital media award at the Cannes Lions ad festival in France.
The three-minute spoof film, called "Still free", attracted so much media speculation that the Pentagon was forced to issue three denials that it was real.

In addition to a large number of stories on the major US news networks about the authenticity of the film, coverage of the viral was reportedly picked up by 17,000 news outlets.

The ad, promoting youth clothing and accessories brand Ecko, used an old aircraft painted in similar colours to Air Force One and a mock-up of Andrews Airforce Base.

It was created by droga5, the US agency launched by Australian Dave Droga, a former executive creative director at Saatchi & Saatchi and worldwide creative director for Publicis network.

The ad shared the top Grand Prix prize in the Cyber Lions category with Crispin Porter & Bogusky Miami for a campaign for Volkswagen's GTI.

In contrast to the previous few years, UK digital agencies did not feature prominently among the prize-winners.

The only UK agency to pick up a Gold Lion, the next highest award, was Lawton eMarketing of Southampton for a campaign for AMBX Phillips.

Meanwhile, in the press category, South African agency FCB triumphed, picking up the Grand Prix award for its work for Lego.

Unusually, UK agencies did not fare well here either, failing to pick up any Gold Lions this year.

London agencies such as DDB have a strong print heritage and regularly take the honours at Cannes and other awards ceremonies.

However, DDB did pick up a Silver Lion for its ads for Unilever Bestfoods.

The London agency's German sister office, DDB Berlin, picked up a Gold Lion for a series of ads for Volkswagen.

11 julho, 2006  

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