Nomad Design & Branding VERY OLD SCHOOL - POSTERS, 2 by Lola Madrid

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VERY OLD SCHOOL - POSTERS, 2

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Industry Hobby, Sports equipment & Exercising Machines
Media Design & Branding
Market Spain
Agency Lola Madrid
Creative Director Eduardo Martinez Gil, Juan Sevilla, Angel Morales, Juan Pablo Christmann
Released April 2012

Credits & Description

Category: Promotional Item Design
Advertiser: NOMAD SKATEBOARDS
Product/Service: VERY OLD SCHOOL - LIMITED EDITION.
Agency: LOLA/LOWE & PARTNERS
Excecutive Creative Director: Chacho Puebla (LOLA/Lowe & Partners)
Excecutive Creative Director: Jorge Lopez (LOLA/Lowe & Partners)
Creative Director: Eduardo Martinez Gil (LOLA/Lowe & Partners)
Creative Director: Juan Christmann (LOLA/Lowe & Partners)
Creative Director: Juan Sevilla (LOLA/Lowe & Partners)
Illustration: Jaime Fernandez (Tatalab)
Production: Marie Gilot (LOLA/Lowe & Partners)
Head Of Production: Hector Palacio (LOLA/Lowe & Partners)
Creative Advisor: Tura (LOLA/Lowe & Partners)
Media placement: Product / Skateboard - In Store - April 10th 2012
Describe the brief from the client
Skateboarding was originated in the 1960s, with the sun of California and the surfer 'Old School' style. Those guys are icons of coolness because it’s kind of the older you ride, the cooler you are.
Describe the challenges and key objectives
To create something that stands out from the usual skate communication.
Describe how you arrived at the final design
We went even further back in history, by creating a brand that should have existed 100 years ago, with a style we like to call 'Very Old School'. For what we created a special board, and all the communication around it.
Give some indication of how successful the outcome was in the market
This sub-brand is becoming a culture. We began with skateboards, soon we will developing Very Old School trousers, shirts, suits, and funny hats.
We changed the rules of the market, moving the conception of time.
In your face, old school guys!