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s a dead dog, give me my award” is how one advertising creative characterized the inclination of advertising festival juries to give high accolades to scandalously shocking ads. If advertising were a sport, its extreme version would be “shockvertising”–ads designed to cause controversy, whether by showing kids having their foreheads tattooed with a company logo or using the death row inmates to sell sweaters, to mention just a few of well-known examples. The ever-growing stream of advertising messages is suffering from a highly contagious malaise: dumping the most controversial images of the moment into ...
ever since i realized things were unethical, lacked equality or just seemed damn right wrong i found myself extremely interested in working for charity. wether that be the street team or most defiantly on the creative team. i know that most charities use different agencies on different subject but i would like to have input in help out these charity getting noticed for what they’re doing to make the world a better place here there and everywhere but more importantly make visible the devastating issue people are facing all around the world that people cannot see or acknowledge. it all ... Read More
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