Thursday, June 11, 2009

Anyone understand these Disney ads?

The text says "Life should be a bit more Disney." The small logo says Buena Vista International. I found them at the M&C Saatchi site, labeled "Travel/Tourism" and couldn't find them anywhere else online. I don't understand the message at all, and the last ad, featuring Prince Charming and a woman in a burka seems to be asking for trouble.

*Previously: Disney Star Wars Weekend posters.

*Buy Disney snowglobes at eBay.


  1. I suppose they are suggesting a little Disney magic would make your life easier - janitor as Cinderella, a magic brrom to help you clean up (though I recall that didn't work out so well.) As for the prince and the burka, I can't imagine where they are going to run that one. Nice find.

  2. It's sad that we see that last one as "risque". What we have is a Disney character, seen by most to be the most wholesome and pure of any American creation in the past century. Next to that we have another cultures view of the same. Now we combine the two and people are thinking jihads and throwing stones. What does that say about both cultures?

  3. They are meaning that life would be better with disney. As for the burka it shows the prince showing kindness and perhaps equality to her. Might be a bit extreme but i like these.