In addition to creating the pinnacle set, National Forest also conceptualized the tone for the accompanying advertising campaign. All printed collateral ran as if it were a promotion for an avant-garde theatre production about the act of sport, or rather, a play about a play. In a post-modern twist, the name of the faux-campaign was also the name of the actual campaign, which ran globally above and below the line.
National Forest conceptualized and designed the physical set, managed the set builders and art department, art directed the campaign photography, executed the copywriting, and designed the campaign’s advertising templates and seasonal lookbook. The resulting campaign was used in all facets of Puma’s promotion—online, in video, in editorial and out-of-home advertising, as in-store graphics, and on special promotions.