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

roca estudio advertising design













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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