Tuesday, December 02, 2008


One of the biggest rewards for an advertising creative (besides standing on some stage to pick up an award) is seeing a 20 by 20 meter version hanging on a building in the biggest shopping street of the city where you live. It happened to me yesterday. I was totally unaware that I already passed the thing when I walked at the Meir in Antwerp, but when I looked back I saw my campaign for Bongo. 

I was standing there for a while looking at it. Passers-by probably thought: what the hell is he staring at for such a long time. But I didn't care. Here was the reward for a couple of months hard work, it was hanging on a building and I was enjoying it. The English version of the campaign is not ready yet, but as soon as I get an approval on the right translation, I'm going to publish it on my blog.


Anonymous Flip said...

Thanks so much for sharing impressions of your life at Miami Ad School on this blog!

In the last couple of days I read every single post you wrote during you time there. I'm working on my application right now, it's been a dream of mine to go to there since two years, hopefully in a couple of months it will finally come true.

Your blog was so valueable for me, it gave the best insight into life at MASE I could find on the internet.

I hope you enjoy real life at Duval Guillaume ;)


4:30 pm  
Blogger Robin Stam said...

Hey Flip,

Thanks for your nice reaction. And good luck with your MAS-application.


4:38 pm  

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