The ComFree 2012 campaign shows that this amazing real estate service has not only received the seal of approval from humans, but from their home gardens as well. Through the clever photography and post-production of Philip Rostron, the entrance plants to homes have been pruned to look like an A-ok gesture, a thumbs up or a 'cool' exclamation.
Conceived and executed by Taxi, an ad agency based in Montréal, Canada, the ComFree 2012 campaign is simple, clever and to-the-point. It essentially shows that homes will also be onboard with this "professional, honest and innovative real estate service," as stated on their website. Canadian homeowners will be able to sell their property in as smart, effective and profitable way as possible.
The ComFree 2012 campaign was art directed by Stéphane Gaulin.
Approving Bush Ads
More Stats +/-
Propaganda Poster Drinking Ads
Team-Building Mobile Ads
Illustrated Boiling Ads
Responsible Party Hotels
Insect Typography Ads
Free 2019 Report & eBook
Get the top 100 trends happening right NOW -- plus a FREE copy of our award-winning book.
Our Research Methodology
This article is one of 350,000 experiments. We use crowd filtering, big data and AI to identify insights.