Nissan Cube Print Campaign Pokes Fun at Symmetry

By: Luisa Amanda Gomes - Published: • References: cubelist & adsoftheworld
The Nissan Cube print campaign challenges our views on symmetry. Having a symmetrical face and body is considered desirable in today's society, yet Nissan Cube's print campaign takes that notion and turns it on its head.

The ad campaign consists of these three models, where they depict one half of their bust and then have it perfectly mirrored. The result is actually a very goofy-looking face. The slogan then reads, "Symmetry sucks. New Nissan Cube. Humans aren't symmetrical why should their cars be?"

Thus, this campaign effectively piques my curiosity of their non-symmetrical vehicle. If you're curious as well, you can check out the Nissan Cube by clicking on the links provided. Stats for Perfectly Symmetrical Ads Trending: Older & Buzzing
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Concept: Nissan Cube Print Campaign
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Segment: Females, 18-35
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