Great Wall of China uses a BlackBerry Curve (what, no Bold available?)
A tall wall on West 34th Street and Eighth Avenue has long served as a canvas for epic-scaled advertisements. After years of hosting ads for Delta, the wall has been AT&T's turf of late.
The past three ads have been focused on Asia -- the first showing a sumo wrestler and the second displaying a geisha girl. The latest is downright trippy. It shows hands shaped like the Great Wall of China, gripping a BlackBerry Curve. Why not?
We chronicled the ad's birth below, and click here and here for a similar profile of this wall as it was transformed into a geisha girl.
-- Rolando Pujol
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