New Mini Cooper Advertisement is Cut into Massive Cornfield

by , 10/08/10
filed under: Art, Design

mini cooper, mini kiwi, green advertisements, crop art, field art, crop advertisements, BMW advertisements

It looks like the aliens have landed, and they want a Mini Cooper! Okay, maybe we jumped to conclusions. Part of an ingenious new ad campaign from the Osnabrück Agency, this clever agency hired a team to hack 1.5 hectares of cornfield into an image of the new Mini Kiwi. Following the company’s “From town to country and back again” campaign, the guerrilla marketing move is just one many tricks the company has in store for their new variantof the Mini. While we’re not so keen on more gas-guzzlers hitting the road, we can get behind the idea of this eco-friendly and organic form of advertising.

via Notcot

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