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MINI Cooper S - Soapbox - print, Switzerland

A new mini ad running in Switzerland from Lowe, Zurich.

Advertised brand: MINI Cooper S
Advert title: Soapbox car
Headline and copy text (in English): Soapbox car fun with 175 hp.

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Mebucaine - Battlefield - Press and Outdoor, Switzerland

Mebucaine - Battlefield, there's a war in your mouth.

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United Planet - Donate yourself DM, Switzerland

United Planet, a not for profit organisation asks people to donate themselves to help out rather than send monetary donations - created by Saatchi & Saatchi Simko Geneva.

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Lürzers Archive takes their hat off to Paul Arden. - Switzerland

The advertising world lost a giant when Paul Arden passed away.

 

Lürzer's Archive tips their hat to the man who influenced so many. Kudos.

It's not how good you were, it's how good you made us want to be

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Carlsberg Lite - Fitness studio / gym - (2008) : 30 (Switzerland)

Carlsberg Lite - Fitness studio / gym - (2008) : 30 (Switzerland)

If Carlsberg ran fitness studios, they'd have gratuitous boobs.

 

Amnesty International Ads Show What's Happening

Amnesty International in Switzerland broke a new outdoor campaign May 29th that was created by Walker Werbeagentur Zuerich. The campaign uses the tagline "It's not happening here but it's happening now", in various languages, from French to German. Using the transparent billboards, the campaign aims to show people what is going on in the world, even if it's not happening in front of them at the bus stop. The ads portray issues in countries like Iraq, China, and Sudan.

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Switzerland Tourism - Football widows - (2006) 0:35 (Switzerland)

Switzerland Tourism - Football widows - (2006) 0:35 (Switzerland)

Handsome shirtless men.

 

Swiss Air field art advertising as seen from airplane

Swiss Air field art advertising, just like the Douwe Egberts Coffee field near Schipol airport, this ad speaks exclusively to people in airplanes high above the field. Spotted near München airport in 1998 and crafted by a german company called "Artfield". It's very clever. This first picture was taken in May, by August of 1998 it looked a bit more yellow.

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