Sneak Peek at new adverts

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eBay logo peopleThe eBay primary coloured logo people have gone 3D with hair!

I’ve not managed to catch one of the new adverts on TV yet, but we’ve had a sneaky preview of what the new logo people look like. If you manage to catch one of the new adverts let us know what you think. ๐Ÿ™‚

6 Responses

  1. Oh no…… I really liked the one who looked like Terry Wogan – bring him back!
    Not seen the ads yet – but if it is more of the ‘eBay = sell your no longer needed items and buy cheap cheap and cheaper’, then I won’t be rushing to either.
    Now, ‘worlds greatest marketplace’ – that would be so much better!

  2. Well, I *thought* I was going to see the ad during Hell’s Kitchen last night, but I hope I didn’t. What I did see was about a five second shot of the primary people, not moving and silent, with the eBay logo and “have you eBayed today?” or a similar slogan written underneath them. If I’d blinked, I’d’ve missed it… so I really hope this was a problem with the TV company and not what the advert is supposed to be.

  3. Actually – the green one looks as though he/she is wearing a leotard. Which reminds me that I have my old PE kit lurking around somewhere – perhaps I should eBay it, as I certainly can’t fit into it!
    Subliminal message maybe?

  4. absolute steaming pile of nonsense, sorry to say it, but it is all gimmick and little else. the previous executions were charming but these look like weird hairy freaks with gurning faces. Not remotely endearing. bit like ebay really.


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