|GusPlease - 2008-07-24 |
In every single field of commercialized expression, there's always a layer of ruination between the people who want something done and the people who have the ability to do it. Sometimes it is a marketing department, sometimes it's a shitty assistant editor, and sometimes it's an invisible, untraceable mystery ass that comes from nowhere to shit all over your work. But no matter what form it takes, this layer of ruination is always there, working very hard to spoil anything even halfway decent.
|anvill - 2008-07-24 |
Misses an easy target.
|chumbucket - 2008-07-24 |
love how the brunette out of nowhere scares the crap out of him
|bac - 2008-07-24 |
I found there ideas to be somewhat sexist.
|onionradish - 2008-07-24 |
From what I've seen, it's more often tjhe ad agency that turns a simple requirement into a creative clusterfuck. "Clients suck, agencies rool, amirite?" Sharing the blame = more stars.
|jangbones - 2008-07-24 |
I've been through this process. This is pretty accurate, although changes are usually a lot more arbitrary and rushed.
|StanleyPain - 2008-07-24 |
It would have been funnier and more accurate if, in the end, they concede it just has to be a normal stop sign.
|Tyrathca - 2008-07-24 |
+1 for the "internal use only" tag at the end.
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