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Where Does Your Rubbish Go

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 30-10-2011 21:32 | Category: Environment



Keep Australia Beautiful: Where Does Your Rubbish Go

Nice visualization about our indifference when throwing away rubbish.
“Where Does Your Rubbish Go.”

These three print ads are from Keep Australia Beautiful: “The purpose of Keep Australia Beautiful is to lead, challenge and inspire all Australians to strive for a sustainable and litter free environment.”


Keep Australia Beautiful: Where Does Your Rubbish Go

Keep Australia Beautiful: Where Does Your Rubbish Go


Advertiser:
Keep Australia Beautiful
Agency:
Clemenger BBDO, Sydney, Australia
Additional credits:
Executive Creative Director: Paul Nagy, Mike Spirkovski
Art Director: Ryan Albuino, Andrew Chu, Katrina Jarratt, Nikola Spadina
Photographer: Andreas Smetana
Retoucher: Toby and Pete
Source:
adgoodness




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i hate the fact that people put there rubbish where ever they want, their is a bin around them but they still dont like to do it… the world will be full of plastic and all kinds of rubbish on the streets soon if people dont think twice about where they put there rubbish places

Posted by kyeesha | 22-02-2014 02:49



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