Air France – Drawn together


Here is an illustration of this airline’s worldwide destinations in an imaginative way. Many landmarks, such as the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, the Opera House of Sydney… are illustrated as silhouettes by a line crossing the screen. All topped up by the Air France slogan in the USA, “The Fine Art of Flying”. An original way to quickly announce the destinations and the worldwide character. It’s fine and it makes us smile. By the way, you will notice brief “footage” of the late New York World Trade Center at the beginning of the commercial.

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