Sport Week's latest European print ads feature a man and a woman being blown away by the contents of the magazine, and seem to be day dreaming about their favorite sports.
The ads, which were first printed in April 2009, are a colorful and picturesque representation of their thoughts as they read Sport Week.
The ad closes off appropriately with the words 'Blow Your Mind.'
Implications - Advertising agencies are now being called upon to create epic advertisements that are memorable. By heavily relying on art direction, the advertisements such as Sport Week's prints showcase artistic talent while maintaining their message. With a simple, clever copy line, the advertisements are ensured to be memorable.
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Sport Week's Print Ads Depict Game Centered Thinking
- By: Rose NazaraliJun 22, 2009 Updated: Jun 14 2011