The College for Creative Studies is attempting to reach out to young artists with a slew of hilarious Art School PSAs. The PSAs are done in the style of drug PSAs, depicting art students as at-risk creatives.
I always knew that doodling was a gateway to illustration, and now my suspicions have been confirmed by CCS' Art School PSAs. The PSAs are great because they manage to appeal to everyone, not just artistically inclined students. I could never seem to keep my coloring within the lines, yet I still laughed out loud several times when checking all of these ads out. Artsy folks and those with a thing for PSA spoofs are definitely going to want to check out what CCS has done here. Admitting you have a problem with art is the first step.
CCS' Art School PSAs Encourage Parents to Talk to Kids
1. Art as Addiction - Opportunities for creative addiction recovery and support programs targeting upcoming artists.
2. Humorous PSA Marketing - Opportunities for marketing and advertising firms to use humor in their PSAs to appeal to wider audiences.
3. Art Education Reform - Opportunities for schools and art academies to adopt more comprehensive and engaging art curriculums for aspiring artists.
1. Art Schools - Art schools can use similar marketing tactics and creative strategies to attract more students to their programs.
2. Advertising & Marketing - Advertising and marketing agencies can experiment with humor and satire in their PSAs to create more memorable and impactful campaigns.
3. Education - Education systems can reevaluate the importance of the arts in the curriculum and develop more engaging ways of teaching art to students.