Arby's Homestyle Fries: Crooked, Dangerous, Angel

May 06, 2012Filed under Outdoor and Food

The latest from Toronto-based Blammo is this politically charged campaign for Arby's. Yep, politics and French fries. Between a heated race for Prime Minister and various high-profile provincial battles, 2011 has truly been the year of the election in Canada. And with an overabundance of attack ads, Blammo and Arby's decided to take all the mud-slinging up a notch with a trash-talking contest pitting Arby’s Curly Fries, backed by the Curly Coalition of Canada, vs. the straight-cut Homestyle Fries, supported by the Homestyle Alliance.

Advertising Agency:Blammo, Toronto, Canada
Chief Creative Officer:Andrew Simon
Copywriter:Andrew Simon, Vinay Parmar, Marko Pandza
Art Director:Grant Cleland
Designer:Grant Cleland, Lisa Mccoy, Dejan Djuric
Design Intern:Karen Porges
Producer:Gord Cathmoir, Ted Rosnick
Account:Kristin Vekteris, Kristen Keays
Edit:Posterboy Edit
Production House:Posterboy Edit
Editor:Raj Ramnauth, Steven Mcgregor
Executive Producer:Michelle Lee
Music and Production:RMW Music Toronto
Track Director:Ted Rosnick, Andrew Bradley
Sound Designer:Vlad Nikolic
Sound Engineer:Art Mullin
Sound Studio:RMW Music Toronto
Voice Casting:RMW Voice Casting
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