This advertisement for Brazil’s Museu de Arte de São Paulo Art School features modern masters Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, and Vincent Van Gogh, each dissected in a way that represents the artist’s individual style. The project was put together by ad agency DDB Brasil and I’ve gotta say, if I wasn’t banned from leaving the country, I’d totally go study at the MASP Art School! I’m not a particularly talented artist per se, but I do make a mean macaroni necklace. Plus I can crank out some seriously awesome Play-Doh sculptures shapes. Ah man, I just realized, I’m exactly like the artists seen here — if you cut me open, you’ll find my art inside me as well. My “art” being uncooked macaroni and lumps of Play-Doh!
Advertising Agency: DDB, Brazil
Creative Directors: Sergio Valente, Marco Versolato, Wilson Mateos, Luciano Lincoln
Art Director: Leonardo Rotundo
Copywriter: Fred Sekkel
Illustrators: Marcos Falcão, 6B Estúdio
Photographer: Ricardo Barcellos
Account Supervisors: Mônica de Carvalho, Andrei Croisfelt, Daniel Malavazzi, Adriana Barreto