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Archive for April, 2009

  • Léa pour Samy: Stop packing

    By on 9 April 2009

    This video shows a protest in front of the French Academy of Sciences organized by Léa pour Samy. More...

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  • Paper can once again turn back into a tree

    By on 9 April 2009

    “La carta Può Tornare as essere Albero. Campagna tesseramento 2009. Sostieni Legambiente. I tuoi soldi torneranno alla natura.” “Paper...

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  • WWF: Lungs

    By on 8 April 2009

    Another piece of art from TBWA’s Erik Vervroegen. The forest are the lungs of our world. Before it’s too...

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  • Weingart Homeless Center: Before you turn away put yourself in my place

    By on 5 April 2009

    To raise awareness for the Weingart Homeless Center, agency David & Goliath from Los Angeles took a non traditional...

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  • You don’t have to be a celebrity to make a difference

    By on 4 April 2009

    More work from the Tap Project, Las Vegas this time. “You don’t have to be a celebrity to make...

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  • Check your neck, it could save your life

    By on 3 April 2009

    “Thyroid cancer is growing 5 times faster than testicular cancer. Ask your doctor to check your neck. It could...

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  • The Trillion Dollar Campaign

    By on 3 April 2009

    “IN Zimbabwe, the money is so worthless, notes are cheap alternative to paper – and, no, not even toilet...

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  • CUT – the movie

    By on 3 April 2009

    Just launched hardhitting 2 minute film starring Multi-award winning actress Keira Knightley for Women’s Aid – the UK’s domestic...

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  • Changes in perception

    By on 2 April 2009

    “Hard drugs give you hard lessons.” Three print ads from the Romanian Agenţia Naţională Antidrog (National Anti-drug Agency) showing...

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  • It’s hard to tell when fun becomes disease

    By on 2 April 2009

    Nagle zrobiło się strasznie? / Suddenly it got scary? It’s hard to tell when fun becomes disease. Don’t try...

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