My Resume Is Tobacco Stained

When I was working on the Camel account I would have refrained from posting this new anti-tobacco spot from Arnold. Thankfully, I have no such reservations today.

[via Adfreak]

About David Burn

I wrote my first ad for a political candidate when I was 17 years old. She won her race and I felt the seductive power of advertising for the first time. Today, I'm the founder and creative director at Bonehook in Portland, Oregon. We bring integrated marketing solutions to our clients in healthcare, human services, real estate, fashion, outdoor recreation, and food and beverage.

Comments

  1. It’s so easy to tell which Truth ads come from Arnold versus CP+B. The Arnold ones are not very good.

  2. Cripsin’s work is great. But I love the guy’s face in the spot above as he tries to absorb “Nick Naylor’s” messaging.

  3. Marlboro Man says:

    Oh come on Crispin’s Truth work is horse $hit. Singing and dancing cartoons? Lame.

  4. But Arnold’s work is tired and cliched. It’s your typical anti-smoking work. Give CP+B credit for creating work that speaks to the audience better than Arnold’s dreck.