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Donate blood, help the vampire!

When I come across this print ad, I was so astonished. Can you believe that this kind of image is used in a social message? This print ad for Marzocchi indeed entertains us with its humorous nature. However, it is inappropriate to use a great...

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Nutry Ativa: don’t be your own prisoner

This print campaign for Nutry Ativa advises us not to be a prisoner because of intestinal problems. Nutri Ativa is a cereal bar with ingredients that balance the intestine. The copy reads- Don't be your own prisoner. Nutri Ativa. It balances your..

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A year at the school of engineering

Few girls consider technical studies an option. And those who do, usually head straight for one of Sweden’s two major cities, Stockholm or Gothenburg. How do they interest more girls in studying at a technical university in the middle of nowhere...

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Even angels are naked in PETA ad

Look at this ad. Two innocent souls are staring at you. (well, if you have only noticed one, change your negative attitude). Be an angel for animals Always adopt. Never buy. This advertisement for PETA urges us to save a life by adopting...

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Vodafone text bullying ads

Whenever Vodafone advertises, it always emerges with a new concept. Here, Vodafone New Zealand is raising awareness about text bullying through this campaign. This print advertising campaign, developed by Colenso BBDO aims at teenagers and...

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Eat oatmeal, for life is too short!

Well, if life is too short, we should naturally do all we want to do. If life is too short, we will stop those anti-smoking advertising efforts, drink like a fish, and will never care about cholesterol levels. No, this is not my opinion. This is what.

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Done by unkind women

Axe never stops in entertaining us with its effect. Even though this is a fake effect, we always love to see its subtle, humorous way of presentation. Here, Lynx in the UK, presents these ads with the creative support of BBH, London. The ads...

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Sleep till noon to change the world

Knowledge and education, though closely related to each other, are different. A highly educated person need not be a knowledgeable one. Certificates are not always a proof for efficiency. The traditional way of learning has many demerits along with...

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Beware of pyramid scheme ads; ASA

The advertising standards authority in Britain is considered as the watchdog of advertising ethics. Whenever an unfair practice comes up in advertising field, the ASA has always been there, wielding its axe. Now, in an example which shows its social...

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Science world: banking on fear factor

Fear has a power. It makes us do things which we have earlier considered as impossible to do. Well, there are scientific explanations about fear and its influence on human psyche. This print campaign for Science world banks on this ‘fear’ factor..

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