Land Rover ad campaign courts military

31 08 2008

These eye-catching digital images by ad-agency Rees Bradley Hepburn form part of an advertising campaign commissioned by Land Rover, aimed at high ranking government and military officials.

Very slick, but the camouflage is possibly a little too similar to the CCE (Camouflaged Cheese Eater’s) pattern of the Surrender Monkey’s.

Still with me? Good. These ads are yet to appear online, so thanks to Casualty of Design for the scoop!


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31 08 2008
Land Rover ad campaign courts military

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31 08 2008
Kevin

The camo pattern is of Europe & the Mediterranean.

31 08 2008
domhyde

Thankyou Kevin, I think we can all see that. Do you have a point you wanted to make?

1 09 2008
Allan

It does look a bit like French Central Europe camouflage. Did they camouflage the rest of the world atlas too?

2 09 2008
Kevin

No point just being Captain Obvious!

2 09 2008
strikehold

Interesting that Austria is a black dot in the middle of Europe. Are they making a political statement? 😉

2 09 2008
domhyde

I suspect that’s Switzerland. It’s a little wonky compared to r/l though. More curious is the strange black area in the Adriatic, that is neither Albania nor Bosnia. Perhaps a new Southern European state (Landrovia?) has been created on the quiet, while we were all distracted by events in Georgia. They filled in the Aegean and the Bosphorus, too, so now you can drive your Land Rover from island to island or continent to continent!

3 09 2008
strikehold

I heard that there’s been skirmishing on the border between Landrovia and Jeepmania.

7 09 2008
Allan

How about Suzukistan?

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