Our friends at the Laughing Planet Café were looking to get the word out about their fresh, local, and downright tasty menu. But in typical Laughing Planet fashion, they wanted us to do it in a way that was as fun and quirky as they were. No problem.
To tell the story of how Laughing Planet locations offer bowls and burritos that are So Good and So Close, we brought in the unique and surreal characters of new Portland artist Elizabeth Considine. After losing her farm job on Sauvie Island, Elizabeth discovered her talent for abstract and awesome illustration- a perfect fit for Laughing Planet's unique character. Featuring a dinosaur with arms that are too small, a teasing donkey, and a toothless man with a mouthful of burrito, So Good, So Close captures the struggle of wanting something that's good, but just out of reach.
Check out the campaign on a movie theater screen in your neighborhood. You can also see more of Elizabeth's work at here or even on the walls of the Belmont and Gabriel Park Laughing Planet locations (coming soon). It's sure to leave you wanting more.