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Botanical Museum reminds Boston spring colors still exist

Boston has had a crazy amount of snow dumped on it this winter. To remind people that spring-like colors exist at the Isabella Stewart Museum's flower gardens, new agency Sleek Machine created these transit and social ads. Fun concept. But what's with the same copy on every ad?

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Snickers - Hannah Davis / Medusa - (print)

Oh hold up, it's almost as if we'd want to badland this Sports Illustrated issue.

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Get Checked Omaha

Omaha Nebraska may be the quintessential heartland city. But it is also the city with one of the highest rates of STD's in the country. To help create awareness about this issue, Serve Marketing teamed up with The Adolescent Health Project for Get Checked Omaha, an online resource for facts, prevention and help.

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ASA Advertising Standards Authority - Nev, Irene & Darren fib - (2015)

It's fun working in advertising. The entire world thinks you're basically a lying used car salesman, and you're consistently voted the most distrusted professional group, even surpassing lawyers. Basically, everyone hates you and think you lie for a living.

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adidas Originals superstars aren't superstars or something.

Adidas continues its "I'm not a superstar, no, really" campaign with these out of home boards in Times Square and Madison Square Garden. The anti-superstar campaign features superstars like Pharrell Williams, David Beckham, Rita Ora, and Damian Lillar.

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Go anywhere, in the VW Recreio

First you go to a Recreio store, and from there you can go anywhere. Recreio is Portuguese for "recreation," so I get that it's a recreational vehicle. But I'm thinking some of the nuance of the original headline has been lost in translation here.

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Velkopopovicky Kozel brings people back together

Social media has a horrible habit of tearing friendships apart. Thankfully, Czech beer Velkopopovicky Kozel can bring them back together

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