Encontre estas imagenes anunciadas como publicidad subliminal, lo cual a mi parecer no es, este anuncio es directo e impacta, aunque habra algunos que se persinaran al verlo, jajaja.
This ad is from the early 2003. PUMA officials denied that they made this ad and threatened to sue anyone who posted it. In January 2006 Peter Kim (ex PUMA International Marketing Manager) solved the mystery aroud this viral ad:
What really happened – a small Eastern European agency affiliated with Saatchi & Saatchi created the ads on spec, trying to win business with a PUMA subsidiary. They got nothing and emailed the ads to friends; from that point it snowballed. As you can guess, when the PUMA powers-that-be decided to get all corporate on the blogosphere, the whole thing exploded. Poor Pete M.’s (PUMA GC in the US) email inbox exploded with junk after that, with his name being on the cease and desist. No “Brazilian Maxim”, no evil master plan (they’re real but we’ll say they’re fake), but online store sales were up like CRAZY for a couple of weeks. Too bad we didn’t even have the shoes in the ads in stock!