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Mother New York & 10 Cane Rum gives us "A twist from Trinidad to Infinite Bliss", print USA

Mother New York and the Swedish Dream Team, dream up an awesome drunken vacation for rum. Yes I said Drunk, they're playing croquet in the water. Drunk with flair, my man.

2.9 years ago, 10 Cane Rum changed the world of luxury rum by becoming the first ever luxury
rum and creating the category itself. The product was launched with one of the best advertising
campaigns in the world, a super-fitting introduction to what was and still is, the world’s best rum.
Black and white, iconographic images... all taken on the soil of its birthplace, Trinidad.

In early March 2008, 10 Cane and Mother are officially moving on. Still sophisticated, still totally
relaxed, this time we’ll find the 10 Cane crew living life supreme and slow at an unnamed

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Anti Drinking and Driving PSA campaign from Saatchi & Saatchi Port of Spain

Yes! The headline rhymed! I am easily amused today.

Port of Spain, so exotic to me, has the same problems as everyone else, like drunk driving. Here's a PSA campaign showing off Saatchi&Saatchi's skill - created by Chris Guinness (AD & CW) and Creative Director Jon Slater.

There's also a TV spot from the campaign here.

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Amnesty International - After the Olympics - press, France

Copy: "After the Olympic Games, the fight for human rights must go on."

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Virgin Mobile Capitalizes on Spitzer Scandal

Via Engadget
Actual ad which will run in Toronto newspapers. The text reads:

"At Virgin Mobile, you're more than just a number. When you call us we'll treat you like a person, not a client. Whether you're #9 or #900, you'll get hooked up with somebody who'll finally treat you just how you want to be treated."

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Sharp knives cut perfectly - so it is "the perfect cut". Ambient posters, China.

OMG stunning!

To advertise their sharp knives, the brand name which I can not read (is it "long term"?) and ad agency "invisible", guangzhou cut really intricate motifs in thick paper posters and hung them in appropriate places.

A door God, a few lucky fish and a gorgeous looking vase inside.
Who said Chinese advertising was naive? This is fantastic! I want some!

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K-fee Coffeine Drink - Speed bumps Ambient - Germany


Jung von Matt/Elbe, Hamburg wanted to not just talk about how awake k-fee Caffeine Drink makes you feel, but to actually "wake people up" direct, straightforward way. "Sleeping policemen" were made to look like K-fee cans. As a result, cyclists bumping over those things would wake up, and notice the cans. The target group - young people - are far more likely to ride fast across these things thus getting the extra bumpy-ride.

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DefeaTB - Airborne - Philippines

Dentsu Philippines did this poster for DefeaTB to remind people that tuberculosis is an airborne disease and adults are the ones who transmit the disease to children.

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TVNZ American Psycho - with a picture of Bush. Billboard, New Zealand

Saatchi & Saatchi in promotes the TVNZ premiere of cult thriller, American Psycho by showing a photograph of "a real American Psycho".

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