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The Centre for Cerebral Palsy - Inside Out - print, Australia

The Centre for Cerebral Palsy called on 303 Perth to advertise for more cp support workers.

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Sony Premium DJ Headphones - Exploding notes / Hear More - print, Australia

aaaw look, aren't the little baby-notes coming out of the papa-note kyoot? I don't know what else to say except, yeah the exploding note looks neat.
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Melanoma Foundation - Gun - print, Australia

This ad was placed next to the crosswords & puzzles in the MX newspaper so the audience was likely to have a pen in hand. From M&C Saatchi Sydney.

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Keen's Curry Powder - Fuse - print, Australia

More hot food. I think I need to make myself a nice spicy chicken tonight. Mmm, curry.

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Children’s Cancer Institute Australia - Jack&Jill / Go away / Rock-A-Bye - print, Australia

OgilvyOne, Sydney have created fairy tales with happy endings for the Children’s Cancer Institute Australia.

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Skills Victoria - Qualifications - (2008) :30 (Australia)

Skills Victoria - Qualifications - (2008) :30 (Australia)

The Victorian Government had 6 agencies pitch their ideas for announcing reforms to the state's tertiary education system. This won the pitch.

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SUNA GPS Traffic Updates - Birthdays / Wedding / Christmas - billboards, Australia

Suna GPS Traffic Updates is what you need if you don't want to spend your life in traffic. These billboards created by Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne were placed in high traffic areas.

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Lexus LX 570 - Crawl / Interior / Safety - print, Australia

Saatchi & Saatchi, Sydney sell the Lexus LX 570 by trying to show it all in one image.

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The Sun - WHERE THE BLOODY HELL WERE YOU? - poster, Australia

For the first time since forever the English got a higher medal tally at the Olympics than Australia, and The Sun Newspaper in Britain were determined to gloat. Euro RSCG London contacted their Sydney office and asked them to prepare a provocative stunt to shame the Aussies in their hometown. The stunt had to be ready for Sunday 3pm AEST that is, when the Olympics ended, so that it could be shot and the pics wired over to the paper for the Monday AM edition. Copywriter Darren Cole decided to spoof the "Where the bloody hell are you?" Australia tourism campaign (mocked by downright media here: So where the ¡#§‰*#¿ bloody hell are you!?) - and this is the mobile billboard he came up with:

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Sanctuary Cove - "Once upon a time..." - ambient billboards, Australia

Billboards that look just like books? Sure, why not?

Junior, Brisbane did this fairytale campaign for Sanctuary Cove, a real estate project. Along the road and beautiful waters leading to sanctuary cove these giant books were seen telling a story that ends with "happily ever after".

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