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HOT magnetic billboard

Take the stars home with you

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Upskirt billboard
 

Upskirt billboard BBR Saatchi & Saatchi Tel Aviv

BBR Saatchi & Saatchi Tel Aviv have applied to the Guinness Book of Records for having created the world's largest dress.
The 100 square meter garment appears on a huge billboard in Tel Aviv,
part of a campaign for a new fly-on-the-wall documentary, Connected.
The series follows the private lives of five different women, who document every detail of their daily routines with video cameras.
Wiewers can watch all of the footage live, 24 hours a day.
The 6-storey high wall billboard features the cast of the show in full size,
with the main character wearing the record-breaking dress, which reveals all to passersby below - just as the show promises to 'expose everything'.

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Bucharest Traffic Police - Pissing test - Ambient, Romania

In Bucharest, a majority of the drunk drivers are men. Most of them drive under the influence after drinking in bars or clubs. That's where these sobriety testing urinal ads come in.

"Because its nearly impossible to drink while out, without going to the toilet, the urinals in the mens bathrooms were transformed into active reminder of the reduced ability to drive when drunk."

I like it, perhaps I shall install an illustration like that in my loo and have all guests "stay within the lines..."

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Vodafone pickpockets
 

Vodafone - "It's this easy to grab your phone" - ambient, Romania

To promote a phone insurance, Vodaphone and McCann Erickson Romania hired professional pickpockets (I would have love to seen that want ad) to run around the city and pick peoples pockets. In reverse. What they did was drop little paper phones into peoples pockets and purses, alerting the unsuspecting punter to the ease with which a thief could grab their phone, and thus highlight the need for insuring it.

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Toilet Paper
 

Comtel / Just prepaid mobile - Goldfish, Condoms, Toilet paper - print Australia

Davo, the stingiest man in Australia, perhaps even the world appears only in the TV commercials for this campaign, but he also shares little household saving tips via the images in the print campaign - wash and re-use condoms, don't waste loo paper and just because you get new pets doesn't mean you have to buy new stuff. Even the art direction seems stingy with the sticker-fonts.

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Radio Shack - Phonelandia - (2009) :30 (USA)

Radio Shack - Phonelandia - (2009) :30 (USA)

Hey, listen up Shack. Just because you have a cool new nickname doesn't mean you'll get a pass for failing geography. You're talking about "the population of Scandinavia" while playing the Swedish bands Discocrew super annoying summer hit Husvagn, yet you show off alps and people (well, phones) in traditional alpine dress, playing alphorn. That's Switzerland, fool.

(The Swiss/Swedish confusion happens so often in the states, methinks they're doing it as a long standing joke.)

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Tigo - How many times do you say "Hello" - (2009) :40 (Ghana)

Hello? Hello? Hellooo? A classic radio ad idea demonstrating bad telephone networks from Ghana.

Client: Millicom / Tigo

Ad Agency: Creative Eye, Ghana
Production Company: TRAP studios

Kwang Lee - Executive Creative Director
Drangu Liviu - Creative Director
Victor Acquaah - Copywriter

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Virgin Mobile - Chihuahua - (2009) :30 (France)

Virgin Mobile -  Chihuahua - (2009) :30 (France)

Ha! Only a French advertising agency - in this case Hemisphere droit - could come up with a drama involving a toupé-clad chihuahua leaving his mistress as a reference to leaving those silly calling plans where you only get good rates to your X selected Friends&Family.

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PHILIPS CINEMA 21:9 - Carousel - (2009) 2:19 (The Netherlands)

PHILIPS CINEMA 21:9 - Carousel - (2009) 2:19 (The Netherlands)

Created entirely by Stink Digital, this new interactive campaign promotes Philips’ latest entrant into the television market, the CINEMA 21:9. Berg conceived it to work as an endless loop.

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TDC Maxfree - Dressing room - (2009) :30 (Denmark)

TDC Maxfree - Dressing room - (2009) :30 (Denmark)

This girl tries on everything in the shop to the tunes of Barbara McNair's "What a day."

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