Copenhagen Commuters Get A Big, Slithering Surprise • Discoverology

Copenhagen Commuters Get A Big, Slithering Surprise

Art, Design, Media

Forget snakes on a plane. Copenhagen has snakes, really big ones, on a bus. Crushing the entire bus, in fact. Bates Y&R art director Peder Schack squeezed the award-winning idea out of his brain to “make the most possible impact for a very small budget.”

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