sydney international food festival: food flag ads
sydney international food festival: food flag ads sydney international food festival: food flag ads
sep 18, 2009

sydney international food festival: food flag ads

to help promote the sydney international food festival, WHYBIN/TBWA came up with these ads that show different national flags created using foods associated with a specific country.

example of the poster:

some of the flags from the campaign:

you can find more posters from the series over at ads of the world

project credits advertising agency: WHYBIN/TBWA, sydney executive creative director: garry horner creative director: matt kemsley art director: miles jeffreys copywriter: tammy keegan photographer: natalie boog retoucher: nick mueller food stylist: trish heagerty

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  • those spaghetti in the italian flag look overcooked.
    australians don’t know a single thing about food

    grevillea says:
  • You obviously have not been to Australia.
    It has some of the best food and wine in the world.

    Annabelle says:
  • should have chosen umeboshi for japanese flag.

    vv says:
  • I just can’t figure out 2pics between Brazil & Italy.
    Which country did they mean?

    tim says:
  • france and spain

    N says:
  • Where’s the Mexican flag? it’s the best food in the world after all!

    .c says:
  • > vv
    totally agree

    ryoi says:

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