A different sort of St. Pauli girl

March 14th, 2006 | Posted by Real Beer

StoutThe St. Pauli girl has a different look in a new advertising campaign for the German beer.

Instead of featuring the traditional St. Pauli girl in German attire the advertisements in March issues of magazines including Backpacker, Esquire, FHM, Giant, Maxim, Men’s Health, Playboy, Rolling Stone and Sports Illustrated show images that are part girl/part beer.

From the press release:

St. Pauli Girl’s new national print advertising campaign features sophisticated, sexy, yet recognizable female forms that morph into appetizing beer images. Each image in the campaign brings the brand “to life” with maximum stopping power in the magazines that the ads are scheduled to appear. Furthermore, the campaign’s visual treatment reflects one of the Brand’s core equities by extending the appeal of the St. Pauli Girl posters into print advertising in a new and collectible way.

“The experience consumers have with the St. Pauli Girl brand is personal,” said Bill Eisner, partner at Nonbox, the agency that developed the ads. “We wanted to create a visually and emotionally appealing page where they were allowed to fill in the blanks with their own experiences.”

The tagline for the campaign is “You Never Forget Your First Girl.”

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4 Responses to “A different sort of St. Pauli girl”

  1. tduchesne Says:

    “Part beer, part girl”…..did my dreams just come true?

  2. Brody Says:

    “part Stoli-O, part-girl” …even better. Now, where did I leave my helicopter?

  3. Berger Says:

    This is not half bad! It makes me thirsty.

    _Amy

  4. Jada Says:

    This is absolutely appauling. How about “all” human