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Nutri Balance - Hand / Bad dogfood = Bad Dog - print (Chile)

In "hand" Prolam Y&R shows you how bad a dog will be if you give him bad dogfood. Clever little bugger.

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Mason/Dixon Fish Rodeo

This poster campaign was developed as a call for entries for the Mason Dixon Fish Rodeo, a fishing competition pitting fisherman from the Northern United States against those from the South.

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Kickback

The Indian Parliament has been stalling the passage of an Anti-Corruption bill for decades now. A new movement has been started by IndiaAgainstCorruption.org to force the government's hand on the bill. A 78-year old Gandhian activist Anna Hazare is on a fast unto death to turn the public spotlight on the issue. The advertising community in India is slowly joining the movement.

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Farmers Insurance/University of Farmers Print

University of Farmers print executions were created with the help of Nadav Kander, an accomplished photographer who has won several prestigious awards. “We wanted to extend the fantastical nature of the TV campaign into print. Teaching installations framed by a university classroom engage the viewer visually and teach them something new, demonstrating Farmers expertise,” said Laura Hauseman, associate creative director and art director. These ads will begin running in April publications.

See also Farmers insurance Dryer Fire

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First Floor Under - PIRACY / CD Portraits of Artists - (print) 2011

TBWA Italy announce First Floor Under's exhibition on pop-culture and piracy by showing... dead artist portrayed in pirated CD's. Interesting. So CD killed the video star? In Jim Morrison's case, I thought it was the drugs, man.

It's no "don't copy that floppy".

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DYCCA 2011 - Hitler Frisbee - Danish Frisbee Sport Union

This was entered as a response to the brief in the Danish Young Creative Circle Awards 2011. It did not win, but there's reports that the judging room was roaring with laughter for a good ten minutes before someone wised up and said "but seriously, lets pick a winner now...."

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Guy Mezger's Combat Sports Club

Poster campaign for a gym in Dallas that specializes in Mixed Martial Arts.

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Join Lady Gaga's tour with Virgin Mobile
 

Join Lady Gaga on her Monster Ball Tour 2011

Lady Gaga is kicking off her Monster Ball Tour 2011 and this is your chance to become part of it.

As the presenting sponsor of The Monster Ball starring Lady Gaga, Virgin Mobile has partnered with Talenthouse to find aspiring bloggers, video journalists and crazed fans that believe they have what it takes to join the ball.

Nine "Little Local Monster" bloggers will be chosen and will get:

  · Attendance to a local Lady Gaga Monster Ball concert (dates and locations below)
  · Access to interview, assist and document behind the scenes of the concert

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Luerzer's Archive 200 Best illustrators worldwide 2011/2012 out now!

Do not simply be content with any kind of illustration. 200 Best Illustrators is the perfect tool for those wishing to turn their advertising into little works of art. Numbering no less than 320 pages, this impressive volume showcases the world's best illustrators in the following categories: Advertising, Annuals, Books, Brochures and Calendars. The latest edition boasts an excellent mix of familiar names and new talents. The cover of this new edition comes from India or, to be more precise, from Taproot India, Mumbai. The motifs for Transasia Papers were also awarded a Golden Lion at Cannes in 2010.

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Onida Anti reflective LED TV - Hitler Gloria - India

India strikes again! I don't know what it is about their fascination with Hitler (in advertising), but they do love to use him. He's such a simple symbol, and here der führer has a gloria above his evil little head, as the ad is bragging about Onida's anti reflective LED TV's. Yeah, Onida, I'm not sure you want your brand name connected with Hitler.

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