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Tennents raise a glass to great Scottish towns

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May 29 2012

Tennents raise a glass to great Scottish towns
Lager brand Tennents are taking inspiration from Scottish architecture and places for their latest advertising campaign, a pun-tastic cross country jaunt depicted through a series of postcards from Aberdeen to Airdrie.

Glamorous and not so glamorous locales have been chosen for the eclectic campaign; with classic architecture ranging from the Forth Rail Bridge to Charles Rennie Mackintosh designs and the Armadillo all being incorporated into the brands classic ‘T’ logo.

Accompanying a new television advert will be a poster campaign with depictions of Aberdeen, Airdrie, Barrhead, Hilltown and Leith.

Created by ad agency Newhaven and Stirling based illustrator Steven Bonner these marry exotic locales to unlikely Scottish namesakes via watercolour art, transmogrifying them into Abu-dhabideen, Buenos Airdrie, Zanzibarrhead, Beverly Hilltown and The Great Barrier Leith.
Tennents raise a glass to great Scottish towns
Tennents raise a glass to great Scottish towns

Tennents raise a glass to great Scottish towns
Tennents raise a glass to great Scottish towns

6 Comments

Trombe Wall
#1 Posted by Trombe Wall on 30 May 2012 at 13:23 PM
Great stuff, the posters and the beverage.
SAndals
#2 Posted by SAndals on 31 May 2012 at 07:27 AM
But what about Madagascardenden?
Trombe Wall
#3 Posted by Trombe Wall on 31 May 2012 at 08:09 AM
Sharm el Shotts?
SultAn
#4 Posted by SultAn on 31 May 2012 at 13:02 PM
Bruneyemouth?
sultan of brooneye
#5 Posted by sultan of brooneye on 31 May 2012 at 13:05 PM
i'll do the 'sultan & brooneye' gags thank you very much.
Richard Leith
#6 Posted by Richard Leith on 16 Sep 2013 at 20:48 PM
How can I get a poster...and is the beer being sold in the USA?

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