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WMF Knife - Chicken, Lobster, Fish - print Thailand

Agency: Leo Burnett Bangkok demonstrates the sharpness of WMF Knifes by slicing animals straight in half on a double page spread. Do chickens eyes look like then when cut in half by the way? Mental note: must get chicken and chop clean in half to test. Then make soup. Mmmm. Chicken soup. Two more inside.

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Domestos - You are not alone - print, South Africa

What's in the drain? Voyeurs? Monsters? Spiders? Ghosts? Nono, creepy crawly cootie infested germs my friend. And they're watching us. Now I don't dare shower, much less clean the damn thing. Two more creepy executions inside.

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Coppertone - Crushed by the big C - print Philippines

Careful now, without protection from the sun you might be crushed by the big C. Is it just me who keeps reading "Cancertone" instead of "Coppertone" now?

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Veet - Everywhere's a catwalk - print, Australia

"Everywhere's a catwalk" oh that's just perfect isn't it? I'm not leaving the house until someone invents a non-stinky and permanent way of removing hair off my legs, where I won't have to waste six minutes of every day with gobs of icky stinky cream that doesn't do much but irritate my skin. Gosh, sorry, I just hate veet.

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WWF China - Pandas Series- Antelope, Forest, Water (2008) Print (China)

BBH China just launched a new print and outdoor campaign for WWF China. They tell us that in China, WWF suffers a misconception that they only protect pandas. The task was to create a campaign that will change this mindset. The result from BBH is the Pandas Series below.

Antelope:
Saving pandas is not our only mission.
The combined efforts of WWF and our partners have sparked the recovery of the Tibetan Antelope Population.
Take a closer look at what we do and where you can make a difference. www.wwfchina.

Forest :
Saving pandas is not our only mission.

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Ryska Posten - Hybrid Hamster car fleet - ambient, Sweden

To announce that "Ryska Posten" delivery services has changed cars, from gas-guzzlers to a hybrid Toyota fleet, Ad Agency KING attached little hamsters to the hubcaps. Not real hamsters, obviously - but little photographs that were weighed down with a bit of lead, inside a photograph of a hamsterwheel, thus when the car moves the hamster stays 'running' at the bottom of the wheel.

Kudos: Axel Isberg Art Director, Pontus Thorén copywriter, Ylva Abrahamsson project leader, photography by Niklas Alm.

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Gorge Grown Farmers Market - Carrots & Skewers - ambient, USA


Brian says "We lined a city block with six big carrots, then covered the town with antenna skewers for a local farmers' market. The images kind of speak for themselves." and indeed they do, looks like the whole town found new reason to be saying "chomp chomp, what's up doc?" all day long. Looks really cute with giant carrots on the street.

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Army - Stuck in a rut - print, UK

This double-page spread uses the gutter to fit the question "Stuck in a rut?". I've never understood why that would make me want to join the army though. Try; "You get to drive tanks!" Seems that the target market are just waiting for a way out of their non-career and into a "more exiting" one (read: it can kill you).

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