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Económico Business Newspaper - Banknotes China/Cuba/USSR/DDR (2009) Print/Press (Portugal)

Headline: And it all ends in Money.

...and often the money ends before the month is up, amirite?

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Virgin Megastore (Audio Books) - Give your eyes a rest - print, United Arab Emirates

JWT Dubai says "This campaign for Virgin Megastores, touches upon a core benefit of audio books, which lends itself seamlessly to the creative device as well as the execution style." What they mean is "we had lots of fun drawing big eyeballs on vacation!"

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OfficeMax, Peter Walsh Billboards - Get Organized - outdoor, USA

See those little guys in the middle there? Talk about pigeon holed. (drumsnare tsscchk-ting!)
Yep kids, it's the new OfficeMax billboards to introduce new Peter Walsh PLACE organizational system coming to OfficeMax in spring of 2009.

The billboards in Chicago, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Denver are live from Jan. 1 through March 1, 2009.

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Bubbles Hair Salon - Fingerprints

Because each hairstyle is different - and Bubbles Hair salon offers styling that is very you.

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Ratika's - age defying designer jewelry

Want to look younger? Have you ever tried some Ratika's designer jewelry?

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Alcoholics Anonymous - Tunnel - print

The light at the end of the bottle, as envisioned by Draftfcb/Lowe Group, Zurich, Switzerland. Quite the stylistic ad for a support group. Shot from the inside of the bottle, it reminds those afflicted there's a way out.

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Samsung CCTV - Wide angle / Flat heads / flat faces - print, Korea

Everyone who thinks this looks like the Sanyo Floating head system from 07 raise a hand!

Disregarding that, what a kickass poster campaign for wide-angle CCTV. Except it doesn't show you what the wide angle advertised does, because it likely isn't flattening peoples faces until they're unrecognisable. If it is, I'll buy another CCTV system, thanks very much, as the point of having one is to identify people.

Yeah yeah, I know, exaggerate the idea, I'm just saying this is a very unlikely approved one for CCTV. I may be wrong and there's CCTV magazine in Seoul that look like 90s Maxim, & billboards all over town enticing security companies with this visual feast. Sure. That can happen.

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Organ Donor Foundation - Only Chance to get inside.. - print, Belgium

Ah, a half naked woman in advertising! What is it selling? Sex - nope, well, kinda.

"Becoming a donor is probably your only chance to get inside her"

.... ouch... thanks for that lesson in truth in advertising Duval Guillaume.

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Sampoerna / The Tanya Kenapa - Ramadhan - backlit billboard, Indonesia

A friend of mine loves being a muslim in Sweden when the Ramadam falls in the winter, because if it falls in the summer "I loose my temper and so much weight" due to our midnight fun-sun we have. In the winter it gets dark so fast that Ramadan is hardly noticeable, except when it's over and you need a machete to cut through all that parsley and dodge the dates the supermarket has stocked up on.

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Procter & Gamble PŪR Water Filtration System - Message from no bottle - print, USA

PŪR Water Filtration Systems makes tapwater taste gooder cuz' it's cleaner, selling point "removes unwanted contaminants". Like odor and reducing some of the chlorine (which is the bad taste by the way). It won't remove that US government added flouride you guys have in your tap water which counts as an "unwanted contaminant" in my book. Nor will it remove bacteria and viruses. To remove Cryptosporidium, try just boiling the water instead. Ooops, did I just unsell this thing? Sorry. TBWA\Chiat\Day, Los Angeles might hate me now. I think I'll have a tall glass of pure fresh nice tasting Swedish no flouride tap water right now.

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