Sunday, May 21, 2017

Nissan's SUV overseas advertising...small but powerful!




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Nissan Crossovers
Nissan's car overseas advertising.
Did they want to express slim but powerful strength?
Japanese car images has gone down a lot due to Toyota's sudden acceleration incidents these days...
-Country: Romania
-Year: March, 2010
-Copy: "Nissan. The Crossovers. Big size, slim fit"
-Contents: There has been a major change in print advertising since Volkswagen. Overall, the main visual portion of the car has been reduced, and visuals focused on message delivery have become more common. Is it to express small but powerful force in the image above?
Small water poles and small obstacles.
The lions and whales that pass through that place are impressive.