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Archive for April, 2009

  • Tic Tac Toe with WWF

    By on 16 April 2009

    It’s your turn. Visit wwf.sg. Advertiser: WWF Singapore Agency: JWT Singapore Additional credits: Illustrator: Christiano Choo Executive Creative Director:...

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  • BETA: You won’t come home to this

    By on 14 April 2009

    “You won’t come home to this. Adopt a dog.” Three items from a billboard and magazine print campaign encouraging...

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  • Global Oneness Project

    By on 12 April 2009

    It’s a shame I didn’t know about the Global Oneness Project. A great project about sustainability, conflict resolution, spirituality,...

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  • Facebook for Good

    By on 11 April 2009

    Facebook apps “for good” are everywhere, from Changing the Present (give a gift and change the world) to Charity...

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  • Unicef: Be a mom for a moment

    By on 11 April 2009

    Unicef Finland wanted to raise awareness for childrens’ rights and raise funds with a minimum cost. They also wanted...

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  • Spend an hour in the dark

    By on 11 April 2009

    These three ads come from the City of Perth, supporting the recently held Earth Hour. “Spend an hour in...

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  • China Environment Protection Foundation

    By on 11 April 2009

    One video and three print ads from the China Environment Protection Foundation showing how China will look like if...

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  • UP Almuni Association: Riles

    By on 10 April 2009

    The spot advocates an enlightened electorate featuring squatters living by the track, which really is happening in the Philippines...

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  • Gay bashers are afraid of the storm

    By on 9 April 2009

    Ok, same sex marriage bashers have to right to advertise too. This ridiculous PSA is from the National Organization...

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  • Cloris Leachman: Let Vegetarianism Grow on You

    By on 9 April 2009

    Finally an ad from PETA about vegetarianism without nudity!. Famous actress Cloris Leachman, 82 years of age, wants you...

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