Pepsi Light minimalist print campaign- ‘Feel Light’

Creatives that can transmit much more than a campaign on social networks; that allow us to transmit the message with a few elements in order to capture the attention of the consumer. It’s what Pepsi’s latest graphic campaign titled Pepsi Feel Light gets.

Throughout its history, Pepsi Light have highlighted feminine curves; those linear figures that, at least conceptually, stablished the light spirit of our drink: thin, curvy women who freshened themselves with zero sugar and zero calories. But today the brand is going further. It’s inviting consumers to be more active, to break out of their routine; to fly, to row, to get into the deepest; to feel lighter in front of the everyday challenges, to feel liberated of stereotypes. And it’s here where our curves, those that we have strengthened for more than 125 years, are going from something merely aesthetic to something really meaningful.

Pepsi Feel Light | Print Campaign

Pepsi Feel Light | Minimal Art

Pepsi Feel Light

Pepsi Feel Light | Print Advertising

Pepsi Feel Light | Print Campaign

Credits
Advertising Agency: Sancho BBDO, Bogotá, Colombia
Creative Directors: Daniel Alvarez, Juan David Pardo, Fabian López
Art Directors: Juan David Pardo, Tatiana Serpa, Sebastian Hernandez
Copywriters: Fabian López, Camilo Torres
Illustrators: Tatiana Serpa, Juan Pardo

This Print Ad is about:
Sancho BBDO, Print Campaign, Print Ad, Print Advertising, Pepsi, Pepsi Light, Pepsi Feel Light, Colombia, Sports, Minimal Ad, Minimalist print ad


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