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Bradesco - Olympic Games - print, Brazil

Neogama/BBH, São Paulo, Brazil brings us this - copy: Olympics: like the financial business, to succeed you need to have a lot of skills. Photoshop skills.

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ESPN - Balls - Pool, Golf, Rugby , print Brazil

Neogama/BBH, São Paulo strikes again - now with added balls. (it's late and I've used up my good puns for today)

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Renault Megane Cabriolet - Look up more often / ceilings - print, Brazil

These are beautiful ceilings. They are. Why they are used as an illustration to the car that has no ceiling... Is uhm. Maybe they're suggesting we should all joyride into cathedrals a little more often. In our cabriolet, of course.

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ESPN - Bones , print Brazil

They're working on the pun "it's in your bones", possibly? Or perhaps another idiom that I'm not familiar with. Either way it's very "huh?"

Agency website: http://www.neogamabbh.com.br

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Hospital São Luiz - Newborn Care Classes / Rubik's Cube - print, Brazil

With so many using variations of the image recently, I dare say that the Rubik's Cube is having an advertising revival.

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Perfetti van Melle / Mentos - Pimples - print, Brazil

Mentos Teens. It's a puberty thing

This is squicking me out.

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Renault (Renault Clio Campus) - Spirals - print, Brazil

The last time I filled up my tank, Angelina had 3 kids.
Renault Clio Campus. Really economical.

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Renault Grand Scenic - Picknick / Beach - print, Brazil

While the kaleidoscope style is neat, I can't help but feel these ads are very "un-Renault". That the Renault Grand Scenic is spacious comes across loud and clear though. From Neogama/BBH, São Paulo.

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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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ADESF Institutional Stop Smoking now - The Future "live to see it" - print, Brazil

"In 2066, Bin Laden will be caught.
Live to see it. Quit smoking now."

A new angle on the stop smoking ad scene? Instead of (trying to) scare the bejesus out of folks, Neogama/BBH,'s & client ADESF's reason to quit smoking now is that you'll otherwise miss all sorts of interesting future developments. Like Bin Laden finally being caught, temperatures rising to the point of spawning nudist cities and driving your car on top of the stranded cars of the standstill traffic jam in 2048.

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