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The best of non-profit advertising and marketing for social causes
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This campaign about illegal wildlife trafficking is currently running in Singapore. It is made by agency POSSIBLE for Wildlife Reserves Singapore and is meant as an awareness campaign to challenge Singaporeans with a “don’t know, don’t care attitude,” to take action.

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“Sheng Nu” is the Chinese term for “leftover woman,” the ones over 25 that haven’t married yet and are increasingly pressured as they grow older and haven’t yet found a husband and married, being stigmatised by parents and friends.

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‘Can you make it to the end?’ is a film part of the new campaign called “Too Much Information”. Sensory sensitivity is the subject here, a key issue for many autistic people.

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The project was launched with the biography of famous Belgian artist Stromae, and is available in bookstores all over the country.

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Nir Refuah and friends from Mccann Erickson designed a cake collection in the form of a tasteful infographic. For that they went into a partnership with the well known bakery and patisserie chain Paul in Bucharest.

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First Kiss tells the story of a young couple at a party, who spend their night trying to kiss but keep being interrupted. The final interruption turns a straightforward love story into a shocking road safety ad.

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The shooting gear visual loaded with organs was originally created by design rebel and creative consultant Noah Scalin. He made it for a project called Anatomy of War as a statement in the ongoing debate about Gun Safety. Because there is a relation between guns and victims.

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The weird thing about these ads, and one that is unlikely to be accidental, is their resemblance to iconic Absolut Vodka ads from the ’80s (and later) that often used negative space to brand the liquor’s iconic bottle shape.

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There is no evidence that this experiment is really done. It seems to be so, but it is not so important. The video report afterwards is the most important part, acted or not.

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The people of Hunger TV followed some freelance calamity journalists who mostly work at night to pick the news of the street. The street is understood here in the literal meaning as it applies in particular to traffic accide
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