Monday, August 22, 2011

The dinosaurs were about 1,000-feet tall, according to these Utah zoo ads.


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It's nit pick Monday! So, mildly cute ads for Hogle Zoo's Zoorassic Park attraction. But, all kinds of scale problems, right? Dinosaurs, way too big. Or maybe not? Maybe the giraffe and elephant are way too small? The bowls are oversized, but the walls and floors aren't? Help me, art directors. And, are the animals hiding, or are they dino meals? It's fun to nit pick! Ad agency: Richter7, Salt Lake City. See four more cute/cool zoo ads here. Related: Dinosaurs were killed off by STDs?

3 Comments:

Blogger copywriter said...

Yeah, the scale is bullshit. And "Zoorassic Park?" Make it stop. Still, a pretty good concept.

10:11 AM  
Anonymous Vinnie said...

The concept is good for adults, as it's mildly entertaining. It's not good for children though, as they would be asking their parents why the cute giraffe or elephant is in that bowl. And the parents would say what? "They are about to be devoured by the big dinos, sweetie".

11:23 AM  
Anonymous pirogator said...

That's just a small giraffe, from Directtv ad. http://www.petitelapgiraffe.com/

10:12 PM  

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