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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Julian Baker: Progressive Auto Insurance

hgm 1This campaign will promote how Progressive has lower rates for drivers with a clean record. These ads will have different types of photos like this one, that have the really posed, sort of awkward suburban portraits. The headline may very from “I” to “We” or whatever the photo pertains to.

Congratulations! Julian's pitch was chosen and he is now an art director, creating a campaign based on this ad. Jessica is on his team.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

THis is really nice... clean... would appeal to the more mature person that would likely respond to the ad

7:08 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I should have said this in the descirption... but the copy reads "I'VE GOT NOTHING. ...on my driving record. Thats why I save hundreds on car insurance by using Progressive."

The ad doesn't make much sence if you can't read the copy... it was meant to be a magazine ad for TIME.


10:50 AM

Blogger Rosalie said...

Julian, I enjoyed seeing all of your pdf's for the campaign during class. All the colors that you used were obviously carefully chosen from the photos used—very nice. Each idea was creative, clever, and neat.

12:33 PM

Anonymous M Parker said...

Your approach is clean and the images capture you attention. The campaign brings a playful tone to a business which is not known for its playfulness. I think it would bring awareness to the brand.

12:33 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great Job! Jennifer Maki

9:42 AM


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