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Pilion Trust: Fuck the Poor

A man walks the streets of London shouting #FuckThePoor. This is a social experiment from a small poverty charity, The Pilion Trust, to see whether people really do care about those less fortunate.

It’s a shame this great. 

(Source: adsoftheworld.com)

  • Posted 1 hour ago
  • April 24th, 2014

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Honda #ThumbsUp Dn’t Txt & Drv

Honda, with the help of advertising agency RPA, has released an ad that reminds us to not text and drive. 

 

Corona Kitchen

Colombia-based creative director Felipe Salazar has created an awesome print ad for Corona Kitchen by putting a spin on the newspapers classifieds. 

(Source: behance.net)

Skip Ad Project

A creative group have started the “Skip Ad project” which believes advertising should be relevant and bring ideas that can change our lives for better. If not, they’ll keep skip them.

So far, they have taken this project to the streets of New York, São Paulo and Stockholm. We can even download some buttons and do the same if we see an ad that we do not like. 

(Source: skipad.co)

The Royal Dutch Guide Dog Foundation

Created ad agency Selmore Amsterdam and Caviar director Rogier Hesp. 

  • Posted 1 month ago
  • March 20th, 2014

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Trojan mailing

How UPS, TNT and DPD advertised for DHL. Involuntarily and clueless.

Canne Bait. 

  • Posted 2 months ago
  • February 22nd, 2014

103 Likes & Reblogs

Tigo: assistance on your phone.

Simple and great.

Advertising Agency: Biedermann McCann Erickson, Asunción, Paraguay
Creative Directors: Santiago MorelloAlejandro Rebull
Art Director / Illustrator: Pancho Sensual
Copywriter: Marcos Valdez

(Source: adsoftheworld.com)

  • Posted 2 months ago
  • January 24th, 2014

126 Likes & Reblogs

Duracell: Trust Your Power

When the world tells you “no”, you have two options: You can roll over and quit — or you can trust your power. Derrick Coleman, running back for the Seattle Seahawks, trusted the power within. 

Good spot.