Puma II

Puma II

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Puma II

Title: Puma II
Pixel Artist: Mykola  (Level 3 Corporate Drone :: 7713 points)
Posted: 7/17/2007 00:06
Statistics:  9 comments    2 faves    0 avatars

Okay, to cut a long story short, this is a part of an ad campaign pitch to Puma I was doing in January 2007.

The campaign was supposed to be centered around Puma's classic Suede/Clyde sneakers.

Unfortunately, the whole thing never came to life, so I'm just publishing it as part of my portfolio now.


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TataSauce (Level 1 Depressed) @ 7/14/2009 03:32

I like those shoes :O I want some. +Favorite

Nora (Level 1 Depressed) @ 5/4/2008 10:03
Nice shoes.  

Balamoot (Level 10 Maniac) @ 4/26/2008 01:40
)) ... sometimes it happens. В целом - очень здорово.

Mykola (Level 3 Corporate Drone) @ 4/26/2008 01:09
предполагалось для рекламы Puma в штатах, но в итоге дело не выгорело.. оставил в портфолио :).

Balamoot (Level 10 Maniac) @ 4/25/2008 12:53
Клёво. Это ты по заказу рисовал или просто фанатеешь? )

Skull (Level 11 CEO) @ 7/29/2007 03:41
Impressive design, I like the whole bubble idea and the creams work great with the browns

Shaper (Level 3 Private Eye) @ 7/23/2007 01:00

*yumi* puma.

nice job

Mykola (Level 3 Corporate Drone) @ 7/17/2007 06:54

to my defense, I'll note that this particular piece was pitched more as an indoor store/showroom mural, as opposed to print ads, otherwise I'd go with the same funky colors as in #1 :)

hope that make sense, sorry for not clarifying it right away in the description.

also, am I right at all to put these in my portfolio? they were axed by the client in the end after all. or is it ok as long as the quality is there? I need some real PRO advice (and by that  I mean, I need some more help on portfolios from you specifically, Jal) :).

jalonso (Level 11 Godfather) @ 7/17/2007 06:49
Very nice in the design layout sense. Market research and countless focus groups however have discovered that when marketing 'action' products the use of neutrals is counter productive and actually is overlooked by the average consumer. Add that the product is also shown in neutrals would make this a failed insert. It may be possible that using bright copy and coloring the product in brights could save this as a portfolio piece...advice ;)

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