13th Street “Stationery of Horror” Creative Advertising Campaign

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13th Street Universal is a television channel specialising in action and suspense shows and movies. In the guerrilla marketing community, they are known as the company that has really interesting and sometimes disturbing advertising campaigns. We recently saw their 13th Street Bowling Heads Campaign and was quite thrilled to see they are sticking to their guns and came out with this interesting campaign. Let us know what you think by commenting below!

13th Street Stationery of Horror Creative Advertising Campaign Guerrilla Marketing Photo

13th Street Stationery of Horror Creative Advertising Campaign Guerrilla Marketing Photo

13th Street Stationery of Horror Creative Advertising Campaign Guerrilla Marketing Photo

13th Street Stationery of Horror Creative Advertising Campaign Guerrilla Marketing Photo

CREDITS
Client: NBC UNIVERSAL Global Networks Deutschland GmbH
Agency: Jung von Matt AG, Germany
Creative Directors: Jacques Pense, Michael Ohanian
Art Directors: Matthias Kracker, Stefan Rösinger
Copywriters: Lennart Frank
Graphic Artist: Karla Kurz
Account Manager: Kerstin Stutzmann, Ruben Ockenfels
Post Production: Recom
Production: Frank Schweizer
Published: 2008

AWARDS
New York Festivals – Silver
ADC Germany – Bronze
ADC Europe – Finalist
D&AD – In Book

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Ryan Lum is the founder and editor of Creative Guerrilla Marketing. He is passionate about creative marketing, social media and design. Connect with him on LinkedIn,Twitter or Google+
  • http://www.logoonlinepros.com/ Business Logo Design

    I never seen this type of horror stationery before… But its such a creative idea.

  • http://twitter.com/Elorabird Summer Coley-Ward

    Sick and juvenille.  Perhaps effective… unfortunately.  What’s with humans?  You don’t see other animals wearing roadkill for entertainment.

  • http://maxrichardson.com Max Richardson

    Brutal but amazing… Shame I can’t use such wizardry to market a private school in Surrey.