It’s been great to have the chance to work with a brand that has this level of bravery and isn’t afraid to step outside of what is typical for its category.
San Francisco (PRWEB) September 16, 2016
Australian wine brand 19 Crimes is launching a nationwide campaign, building on the brand’s unique visual identity and bold voice to increase awareness among millennial males.
Created by J. Walter Thompson San Francisco, the campaign brings the brand’s visual identity Out of Home by exposing the same 19th-century mugshots of the famous criminals that appear on the recognizable 19 Crimes’ wine label.
This unique imagery is underscored by irreverent headlines such as “Perfect for serving 5 to 10,” playing on the brand’s signature mix of wit and grit. It also makes the most of wild postings to catch the public’s attention at street level.
Samantha Collins, 19 Crimes Marketing Director, said: “19 Crimes is a dynamic brand in which the label and story continues to resonate with customers. We are thrilled to be working with JWT on this campaign launch that remains true to the brand essence.”
Ryan Lincks, J. Walter Thompson San Francisco’s General Manager and the office’s lead on the Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) account, said: “It’s been great to have the chance to work with a brand that has this level of bravery and isn’t afraid to step outside of what is typical for its category.”
The campaign will run from September through the end of October and will appear in cities across the country including Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Nashville,New York City and Washington, D.C.
Supporting the OOH campaign is a retail activation titled “Find the Royal Pardons,” which launched on 9/1. Check it out here: 19crimesroyalpardon.com.
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J. Walter Thompson Office: J. Walter Thompson San Francisco
Client: Treasury Wine Estates – 19 Crimes
Creative Director: Ken Hall
Art Directors: Andy Kim, Angelina Springer
Copywriters: Malcolm Bailey
Planner: Adrian Barrow
Senior Producers: Madeline Belliveau
Project Manager: Max Niu
Art Buyer: Suzanna Shields
General Manager: Ryan Lincks
Account Supervisor: Remy Wainfeld
Production Company: DMAX