The Ukrainian agency has created posters about the occupation of Crimea, changing the names of well-known brands
Creatives of the Kyiv advertising agency TABASCO created posters about the occupation of Crimea by Russia, using the names of well-known brands as a basis. On the example of the names of world-famous brands, the agency emphasizes - the stolen part matters.
The posters were posted on the agency's creative director Alexander Smirnov's Facebook page.
The agency used the names of well-known brands such as Starbucks, Disney, Adidas and Durex. On posters, brand names are transformed into words that evoke completely different meanings through simple manipulation. Thus, the agency claims - the stolen part matters.
What is known
- A banner with the image of the occupied semi-island and the inscription "Stolen" was placed in front of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Kharkiv.