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Archive for October, 2006

  • Fill the crosswalk

    By on 21 October 2006

    This ad is from ACA-M (Associacao de Cidadaos Auto-Mobilizados) from Portugal. The names of pedestrians hit by cars fill...

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  • Shall we change the words?

    By on 15 October 2006

    Shall we change the words? Or the way we act? Greenpeace brings the ironic confrontation of the lyrics from...

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  • Would I show my work to my mother?

    By on 15 October 2006

    I got this link in my mailbox for a long time. So many campaigns every day to post and...

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  • On the road to 2015

    By on 14 October 2006

    ‘Six years ago, 189 world leaders sat down and agreed to end poverty and achieve the Millennium Development Goals...

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  • Being silent isn’t being strong

    By on 14 October 2006

    The headline above is the slogan from C.A.L.M. the British Campaign Against Living Miserably and would be a good...

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  • It only exist in fables

    By on 13 October 2006

    These ads are from Alianza por tus Derechos, the Costa Rica organisation for helping mistreated children. Kids don’t have...

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  • Picking up a frisbee

    By on 13 October 2006

    This ambient campaign (or should I say guerilla) is from Clear Path International, a US based organisation who serve...

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  • Check your neck

    By on 12 October 2006

    This is new to me, Thyroid cancer. Your thyroid is a gland located at the base of your neck,...

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  • Lonelygirl15 gets social

    By on 12 October 2006

    First of all if you don’t know who Lonelygirl15 is check this. Lonelygirl15 aka Jessica Rose is now hired...

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  • Ordinary is special enough

    By on 11 October 2006

    On the night of September the 20th 2006 a sign appeared on a building in the center of Viterbo,...

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