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Coke gets eco-friendly with new bottles

Here's Coke touting PlantBottle: the first fully recyclable PET plastic beverage bottle made partially from plants. Love the look and feel.

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TOYOTECNO encourages men to clean up.

So here's an interesting factoid. In Japan, only 7.5% of husbands clean the bathroom. And yet because most of them are, shall we say, careless when they go to the bathroom, they tend to make more of a mess than the women.

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MTS will help you keep track of your adventure-seeking kids.

Thanks to MTS's location service, parents will always know where their kids are. Simple and effective way to get that notion across.

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If you think age is just a number, you'd better think again.

Sex with an underage teen is statutory rape, and a felony. These PSA posters, created for the United Way of Greater Milwaukee. were placed in bus shelters in areas of high teen pregnancy.

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A simple message from RTH hair transplant service

BBDO went super simple with this one. How easy is it to transplant hair with RTH? As easy as copy paste.

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Mountain Dew explains its philosophy.

"To get to easy you have to go through hard." Fair enough.

I like the sentiment, but I'm not sure what it has to do with Mountain Dew.

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Celebrate the Night Animals with Lilla Sällskapet.

Swedish group Lilla Sällskapet just dropped a new track called "Night Animal." To promote their upcoming interactive music video, M&C Saatchi Stockholm and B-Reel created some posters that changed messages depending on the time of day. In daylight hours it read "Life for the day." At night?

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Book Culture: imagination got there first.

Here's Y&R New York's newest work for New York City independent bookstore called Book Culture. The posters juxtapose covers of famous literary classics with images depicting iconic moments in history to suggest that authors imagined the reality before it became reality.

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