Titanic Gets Spoofed In Witty Work For A Scandinavian Ferry Service

Titanic Gets Spoofed In Witty Work For A Scandinavian Ferry Service

Kate and Leo’s famous ‘king of the world’ scene from Titanic has been spoofed in a new campaign for the high speed ferry service, Fjord Line, that operates between Norway and Denmark.

The witty work’s the idea of Oslo creative agency POL and rather than show the romance of being on the bow of a boat, it shows how the ferry service can speed between the two ports in just over two hours’ time. Which, apparently, is very quick indeed.

Check out the speedy fun below:

 

 

 

 




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