18.12.08 by Jeff

ROCA Estudio

I like this series of ads by ROCA Estudio. Maybe not the shark one so much but this first one especially – love the expressions on their faces (the bear too).

roca estudio advertising design

roca estudio advertising design

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • For the one with the bear – I think they could have maybe taken that one stump out of the photo in post-production since it’s an advertisement – the branch kind of looks like a little alligator with its mouth open and takes away a bit of the focus – maybe that’s just me.

  • Jolin

    these are funny, and yea i agree about the stump.

  • does it look a little bit like a small alligator or am i alone on that one? haha

  • Jolin

    yeaaa it does; somewhat..

  • yeah i see the alligator, like it’s about to snap its mouth closed. very similar shapes!





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