By David Pescovitz at 12:41 pm Tue, Aug 26, 2008
That IS a pretty awesome Lego Billboard. It won the One Show advertising awards in 2006. The entire campaign (three billboards) can be seen if you scroll down to the bottom here;
“The creative team of Art Directors Sebastian Alvarado, Sergio Iacobelli and Copywriter Felipe Manalich have made the Creative Director Cesar Agost Carreno proud.
Illustrator was Ricardo Salamanca and the photographer was Juan Carlos Sotelo”
While the art is nice, that horrible use of flash makes it impossible to see the top and bottom bits of the taller images without an unusually high-resolution monitor. Grr.
Reminds me of art by FSOL, here’s one small example: http://www.entsharing.com/Image/20083121101087577801.jpg
Ah, FSOL. The good ol’ daze…
I’m with 5. Brilliant shots, but this is the first time I’ve ever encountered a page where you can’t at least scroll down to view an entire image on a 1280×1024 monitor.
After opening it up again in Opera and turning off all the Toolbars I can just see the full picture but it’s cutting off the top and bottom of the page still.
Admittedly, that would be a pretty awesome Lego billboard.
Please, give a NSFW tag next time!
Cool shots, but I’ll check out the rest at home.
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