Everyday awkward situations are played out in a new campaign by JWT Melbourne for Ford Fiesta.
There’s the awkward friend invite on Facebook, bumping into a clingy ex, or the early morning boot camp that demands too many push-ups. All very awks.
The campaign is targeting young urbanites aged 18 to 25 and is running on radio, outdoor and as a pre-roll on music video site Vevo.
Richard Muntz, ECD at JWT Melbourne, said: “This is a really confident campaign platform that builds an identity for Ford’s smallest of small-car nameplates.”
Client: Ford; agency: JWT Melbourne; ECD: Richard Muntz; art director: Chris Hince; writer: Andy Segal; illustrator: James Gulliver Hancock; account director: David Noonan; production: Front of House; media: Mindshare
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