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DKT Prudence - Persuasion / Not a monster - long copy ad for condoms

"Things we're getting even more interesting, and I'm not just talking about the conversation. I beg your pardon? That's why you locked yourself in the bathroom? That's what you do when things get more interesting? Do you do this when you watch a movie that's not so good, and then, suddenly, there's a twist and it gets better?"

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UP Universo Profissional - Machine - 2011 : 30" Brazil

UP Universo Profissional - Machine - 2011 : 30" Brazil
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Nike - Addiction - (2011) - Brazil

Nike - Addiction - (2011) - Brazil

Running is an addiction that can run your life.

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Band-Aid - "Winning hurts" - print, Brazil

Well hello there simple visual solution that says it all and I have never seen before. I really fancy you. Well done JWT Sao Paulo.

Tag: Winning hurts.

And it does, too. We know this.

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Peugeot - AirBag in Magazine ad.

Here's an interesting little twist to your usual A->B press ad. Slam it with your fist first and a wee airbag will open. The only thing that makes me scratch my head is didn't they have airbags before? Not exactly a new invention, is it?

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“Secondhand smoking”

Ad about secondhand smoking for the Association For Smoker Awareness (ADESF). It was created by NEOGAMA/BBH.

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Action made for the launching of Renault Clio 2011 line.

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Actions made for the launching of Renault Clio 2011 line.

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Mentos Rainbow: Lacking Color? Now you can have 7.

Campaign made by NEOGAMA/BBH (a Brazilian advertising agency) for Mentos Rainbow.

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Fake ads from the 50s : "Facebook - Striking miraculous social team-up"

Christian just posted this over at Betapond, and explains that they are ads for and ad event called Maximidia held in São Paulo. Fake ads for Facebook and the likes in classic 50s style. In the fifties, they could never have dreamed that we would spend our days interconnected on a world wide web, chatting with far away family and friends at the touch of a button, and tending to our virtual farms, virtual pets or learning a new language from robots that look like maggot-men. They had better dreams!

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