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Audi S3 fastback - Grip - print, UK

BBH London wants everyone to know that the Audi S3 fastback has a serious grip on things.

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Trident Chocolate Mint Gum - mess with your head - print, UK

Based on the insight that chocolate mint chewing gum is a little odd, JWT London asks you to embrace it. I already have a pal in Finland send me chocolate mint gum some on a regular basis, which has the added benefit of coming in a pack that reads "purkka pussi". Yes that makes me giggle. I told you I'm totally a kid.

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Audi TT Tdi - 50 MPG - The most fuel efficient sports car - Print, UK

BBH London do a simple illustration to celebrate the worlds most fuel efficient sports car. It's so simple, Volkswagen is jealous.

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Simplypleasure.com - Braille, an introduction , print UK

"If you keep touching yourself you will go blind!" - well, now that you no braille that's not a problem, is it?

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Army - Stuck in a rut - print, UK

This double-page spread uses the gutter to fit the question "Stuck in a rut?". I've never understood why that would make me want to join the army though. Try; "You get to drive tanks!" Seems that the target market are just waiting for a way out of their non-career and into a "more exiting" one (read: it can kill you).

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London's Great Outdoors - Free Range Londener - poster

What egghead came up with this visual? (oh you knew I had to go there).

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anti smoking QUIT - lung X-Ray adbin, UK

Oh my god, I'm so grossed out. These helpful little bins allow you to dispose of your cigarette butts there, while doubling as a really gross image that may indeed turn you off from smoking, at least temporarily. See, part of the X-ray image is transparent allowing for the accumilated butts inside to be part of the visual. Apparently this is a new medium called "adbins".

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The Economist new campaign - bringing back the visual.

AMV BBDO London has launched a new branding campaign for the economist, and with it they bring back the visual. And not just any visual,s they've gotten a hold of Paul Davis, Anthony Burrill and Design team Non Format (who did the "Balance" ad you see here) to lend a hand.

I love it, especially the "Balance" poster, my fave.

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Tropicana smoothie - Fireworks campaign

DDB London has created this campaign for the new Tropicana smoothies - translating I suppose a "taste explosion" into actual firework like explosions. Kind of neat looking, however I'm nost so sure about the package design where fruits make up flowers. Pretty, sure, but I'm not so keen on drinking flowers. Are you?

TV advert under the image link on the left, 94-sheet billboard and busposters inside.

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The Royal Mint jigsaw coin design

After almost 40 years The Royal Mint decided to make a modern coin, and the job went to 26-year-old Matthew Dent.

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