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Tide - Surprisingly White - (2008) print (Australia)

From Leo Burnett, Sydney comes this ad campaign that reminds me of telling ghost stories with the help of flashlights. Except, there are no flashlights involved.......

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Radiator "All the rubber you'll need" / Sex on surfboards

Are we promoting unsafe sex or wet suits? Wet suits! Or, sex sells part onehundredumpteen.

Photographer Jimmy Fok shot the saucy little scenarios on surfboards for ad agency The Furnace in Sydney. Art Director was Paris Giannakis and copywriter Andrew Allsop.

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Heineken - Past Experiences (2006) :60 (Australia)

Heineken - Past Experiences (2006) :60 (Australia)

A little time travel?

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Fosters/Victoria Bitter- Boony (2005) 0:30 (Australia)

Fosters/Victoria Bitter- Boony (2005) 0:30 (Australia)

Bitter boony loony.

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Carlton Draught - Big ad - (2005) 0:60 (Australia)

Carlton Draught - Big ad - (2005) 0:60 (Australia)

It's freaking HUGE!

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Young Guns - The Commercial

Young Guns - The Commercial

Dabitch already told you about the hottest new awards show to hit the biz in eons, Young Guns 2001.

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Verve - Show him what you're made of - (1992) :30

Verve - Show him what you're made of - (1992) :30

Three scents and three scenarios, all of which are so 90s they make my head hurt.

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Mercedes Benz - The Neis Family - (1991) :60 (Australia)

Mercedes Benz - The Neis Family - (1991) :60 (Australia)

This true story of a bad car crash in which the Mercedes-Benz saves the lives of the family, created by Clemenger BBDO, Melbourne in 1991 won a Gold Lion at Cannes back in the day.

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NACAIDS / AIDS - Grim Reaper - (1987) :60 (Australia)

NACAIDS / AIDS - Grim Reaper - (1987) :60 (Australia)

This PSA from Australia shows the grim reaper bowling with peoples lives. There was a bit of controversy over these ads as some interpreted the grim reaper to symbolize gay men.

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