This Naked Ad Uses Drones To Cover Rudey Bits

This Naked Ad Uses Drones To Cover Rudey Bits

Instead of having a glaring NSFW disclaimer at the start of an ad featuring naked people, this ad from Japanese online fashion company Buyma instead used drones to maintain the dancers’ modesty.

While the ad is for a fashion company, there’s ironically no clothes seen anywhere in the minute and a half spot, except for the man’s black socks, just beautiful bare-skinned ballet dancers and drones holding up pieces of paper.

It would take a hell of a lot of drone skills to keep the drones covering up, however publication Gizmodo does point out it could have been faked with special effects.

Ads of The World say the Japanese ad was inspired by a French comedy duo’s routine and was created by ad agency Dentsu Japan.

 




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