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Archive for February, 2010

  • Darth Bottle

    By on 19 February 2010

    Sneakers are made from recycled plastic bottles. A fresh take on recycling through stop motion. I like! This ad...

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  • Change Your Bank

    By on 18 February 2010

    Don’t like your bank? Change it. Change Your Bank is a grassroots campaign asking consumers to complain to their...

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  • Nominate Samuel for the Nobel Prize

    By on 18 February 2010

    You just saw some Belgian politicians being asked wether they know Samuel. The voice over explains: Help our politicians,...

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  • TrustoCorp Guerilla Signs

    By on 17 February 2010

    These signs are spotted in the streets of Manhattan, Miami, Los Angeles, Detroit, Philadelphia and Williamsburg USA. They are...

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  • Font Aid IV: Coming Together

    By on 15 February 2010

    While it’s not a traditional advertising campaign, I thought the Osocio readers would appreciate this design-centric fundraiser: Font Aid...

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  • Vancouver isn’t the center of the world

    By on 15 February 2010

    “All media turn the attention away from Haiti and look at Vancouver.” PSA from the Canadian Red Cross. This...

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  • Don’t be blind to human trafficking

    By on 15 February 2010

      Last year we posted about the outdoor campaign from Stop the Traffik, the movement working to battle the...

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  • The Unreasonable Institute

    By on 15 February 2010

    Thirty‐four young entrepreneurs, hailing from 16 countries and targeting issues ranging from the rehabilitation of former child soldiers in...

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  • Dogs for adoption with a Facebook profile

    By on 14 February 2010

    UIPA, a non-profit organization helping animals in Brazil, selected 10 dogs and created their Facebook profiles, on the hopes...

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  • It’s not just a…

    By on 14 February 2010

    This campaign from the Children’s Workforce Development Council aims to promote the value of social work and get more...

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