The growing road toll and cost of accidents were causing widespread community concern. To address the problem of lives being ... changing the way we drive. It takes time to change people's attitudes. Those campaigns tried to make people think about road safety and take on board key messages. We can't tell you what to do, but we can show you the consequences of your behaviour. You may be breaking the law as well as risking your own and other people's lives. Now let's ACT4Q8!
BLOW IT ALL!! Designed by Hady Beydoun, the Lebanese tatoo-artist who will be present on Beach Spike day- May 19th to draw his spikiest skills from dusk till dawn. Here is how Hady perceives BEACH SPIKE. A day, where every person, belonging to the Communication industry, let loose on one of the most charming beach of Kuwait. Set, You bet? The power is on your side... C U THERE!!
by Lowe GGK- Van Gogh & Mondrian canvases for timeless shoes. Don't mess with my Converse! It is the King of the All Stars, the best-selling shoe of all time, launched in 1917. This is Artvertising at its best. Although, Nike is taking that direction too and Adidas ads are also following that trend: to include art in ads to make artsy ads..Hmmm...
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OOPS, BOOPS!! What a lazy, lousy, easy breesy body of work!! Not only it looks like the Western Union ad, done in Lebanon by Saatchi & Saatchi; it is featured here down THERE on our pages but it's so déjà vu. Needless to add that it 's the easiest play on words ever with the simplist creative nonsense floating mind, folks...
"SEE LIFE THROUGH SM".. WOW, shocking....is it for justified reasons??!!Let's see! First, who knows what these ads are promoting? & what could it be? An ad for a publication, a TV station, a documentary, a TV reality show??? Second, I personaly couldn't guess in a million year... Well, well well.. This is done by Saatchi & Saatchi Australia for SM sunglasses... Yep, sunglasses buddies, for adventurous fellows only apparently!!
"Terrorism has changed the way we view the world" reads this press ad for Discovery Channel where it is publicizing a series of documentaries dealing with the "AGE OF TERROR, GLOBAL TERRORISM IN CONTEXT". This ad won a Cannes Lion Award in 2005...Hmmm...