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Zwilling knifes - Nun / Soldier - print, Thailand

BBDO Bangkok shows this knife is good for sharing in all kinds of situations. Which could be said of any knife but you know.

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Vanish - the Bib tie - print, Brazil

Euro RSCG Worldwide São Paulo created this fathers day "bib tie" for Vanish. The idea being that you use this bib to protect your tie if mommy (who presumably does the laundry) hasn't heard about the products spot-busting abilities.
Course, vanish will only work on ties that can actually be machine washed in water which, lets see here now... Hmm..... *counts all ties in the closet* Exactly zero ties in this house can be. So while the idea is cute, it fails to talk to any owners of dry clean only ties which I've always assumed is everyone who ever owned a tie. But then, perhaps there are cheap nylon ties out there that can be machine washed? Does anyone know? Bueller?

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IKEA wardrobes - Slide to open - print, Australia

303 Group, Perth uses the newspaper inserts to show off some of the features in the IKEA PAX wardrobe series. "Slide to open" the door reads, and ta-da, you can look into the closet several pages later in the newspaper.

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Osram Light Bulbs - Bus Stop - posters, South Africa

Osram's energy saving lightbulbs and Saatchi & Saatchi Cape Town use the lights in busposters to bring home their point.
Nobody at bus stop, no lights are on.

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IKEA 'refresh range' - Small Change Big Difference - installation, Australia


Host, Sydney Australia says:

This campaign was created to promote IKEA’s refresh and redecorate range, which helps people achieve the look they want for their home with simple, quick, affordable changes. The objective for the campaign was to demonstrate that is it easy and affordable to make your home feel fresh and rejuvenated. We wanted to inspire them with what is possible. Putting this through the filter of demonstrating that IKEA understands real life at home the campaign proposition developed was – Change a lot for a little. The creative idea was Small Change, Big Difference. The idea that you don’t have to do or spend a lot to make a big difference to the way your home looks and feels.
This idea was manifested in an integrated campaign.
• EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE: a live installation in Sydney, Perth and Brisbane that changed daily to show how new cushions, lighting, blankets and rugs can completely transform a room, even when the furniture remained the same. The change was shown each day at the campaign microsite.
• WIN THE DIFFERENCE: A competition which could be entered via SMS or at the campaign site enabling people to win the makeover each day, with the entire room contents available at the end of each week in each state.
• DO IT YOURSELF: daily press ads and radio spots with tips to inspire people about how easy and affordable it is to make changes themselves

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GE Write-on Refrigerator - Beer, Pasta, Cake, Meatballs - print, Brazil

Neogama/BBH, São Paulo, Brazil shows us the ultimate fridge for those who like to express themselves - you write straight on it. Personally, I hate to see fridges and want them hiding behind kitchen cabinet doors instead.

The street art / mural style reminds me of the Red Cross vs AIDES badlanders. Execution only, of course.

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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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Tide - Lipstick on your collar / Ketchup / Ice Cream - print, India

To demonstrate the stain removing abilities of Tide, Leo Burnett Mumbai created an interactive bunch of double page spreads. The pages are stuck together - just like in that rather naughty set of sticky double page spreads for Hombre magazine and the POWA (People Opposing Women Abuse) rape ads from Lowe Bull in 2003.
But from there on, these ads work different, instead of ripping the paper, they leave a stain on the opposing page, from the lipstick, ice-cream and ketchup. It's done in a rubber cement type glue that the reader can easily scrape off with their nails - and there you go, they just demonstrated how Tide works. It's a box full of genetically engineered rabid nails that scrapes stain off your clothes you know, what did you think those little white flakes were?
update: read comment, I got a little too exited here.

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Breeze Excel, Torture test , DM Thailand

To prove you could remove stains in just one wash with Breeze Excel, DM Thailand put it through the ultimate test: They wrapped a package with it.

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