Best Print Ad in the History of Print Advertising.
Remember how lulzy I said Constructivist art was?
Alright. Look at the poster. What do you think it is? New alien invasion movie? Cool retro tetris game with guns? Drug and weapons campaign? Something to do with terrorists?
Whatever it is, it’s fERking creepy.
Well what you see above is a print advertisement. The thing in the ad? It’s supposed to be a baby. The company? A rubber company. And the product?
Pacifiers. Or the little rubber nipple things you find on baby bottles.
And the slogan? It’s probably the best part.
So good, you’ll want to suck ‘em until old age.
So they’re trying to sell baby care products by using a threatening colour combination, with pictures of the product resembling grenade pins and daggers stuffed in the overly large mouth of a mutant alien baby, added with a slogan that sounds like a sexual pun.
BEST. AD. EVER.
That is one badass baby. If all USSR babies are this cool, then fuck the US, I’m on the Socialists’ side.
(Poster by A. Rodchenko)
– Annie (this is in no way meant to be politically correct)