Once Upon A Time | Vintage Social Media ads for Facebook, Twitter, Skype & YouTube

The Brazilian Ad Agency Moma Propaganda has created an ingenious ad series based on how social media ads might have looked if social networking was firmly implanted in the public zeitgeist of the 1960s. Sounds like a screenplay for an episode of “Twilight Zone” or a sequel to “Back to the Future”…

As part of Moma’s “Everything Ages Fast” campaign for Maximidia Seminars, the ads are pure vintage and esthetically appealing. The taglines and copy are written in a way that sounds dated as well. Twitter’s ad, for example, talks about the “The sublime, mighty community with just 140 letters!”

Skype, like something out of the Jetson’s is described as something “more than a telephone” – why, “it’s a real audio-visual miracle that will put you in contact with a brand new world.”



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