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Subaru wants you to have an authentic outdoor experience

Authentic as in, "without the aid of that stupid appendage called your mobile phone."

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breensmith shows homeless animals in human scenarios

Atlanta-based breensmith forgoes the usual scared, cold and shaking abused animal imagery and likens homeless animals to homeless people, in this campaign for Friends of Animals.

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Migdal Insurance provides for all kinds of work injuries.

A little World Cup-themed ad for Migdal Insurance company. Injured at work? Yikes. The one nice thing about Suarez this past World Cup is that his bite the gift that keeps on giving.

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Brazilian ad agency wants to change the subject

No more world cup talk. This ad for VW Golf shows that Brazilians may have lost the cup but they kept their sense of humor..
And hey--at least they didn't use a poor choice of words like VW USA.

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DDB Canada designs some great posters for their Netflix campaign

You gotta get it to get it. The only one Id din't 'get' was Life of Pi because I didn't see it. That movie looked like it sucked. Either way, love the design of these.

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Mutato sums up Brazil's loss in one social post for Coke.

After Brazil lost 7-1 to Germany, Mutato pushed out this Coke social post. Not much else to say. Choooooooooke.

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Sognid'oro STAR chamomile tea: don't drink and drive.

This print ad for chamomile tea goes with the television spot featuring the benefit of getting kids to drink Sognid'oro STAR .

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Helsinki Transport Region: see everything with one ticket.

With Helsinki Transport Region, all you need is a ticket and a camera, and you can travel freely on the metro, buses, commuter trains and the ferry. I love the simple idea of using the ticket at a camera ot photograph typically touristy things (and typically touristy tourists.)

The destinations, in case anyone is wondering are:

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