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What were those advertisers thinking???
16 Aug 2006
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Cool X-Box advertisement
9 Feb 2009
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We produced an homemade advertisement for a fictional product
7 Dec 2006
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NIce Advertisement i have seen in my life, You people also enjoy. Indian can understand it better as Indian culture is present in it. For my overseas frends they must know tht in Indian cultureif huband dies the forehead dot must have been removed from gal as tis sign of husband alive
6 Dec 2006
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Just look to these advertisement
30 Dec 2006
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Pig advertisement
21 Jan 2007
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This is a bru capachino ready made coffee advertisement. The portfolio is to capture the un captured market of students and office workers who dont have sufficient arrangements for good coffee. This is part one of capturing office workers working late nights or otherwise.
21 Feb 2007
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The real story about how the advertisings are made.
27 Feb 2007
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advertising in russian
18 Mar 2007
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I think subliminal advertising messages are a load of rubbish. Anyone who falls for that has got to be asking themselves some serious questions...
4 Apr 2007
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sweet advertising heyah! you have to watch!!!
6 May 2007
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I filmed this 3D seethrough advertising screen at Media Plaza in Holland. More info: www.freshcreation.nl
7 May 2007
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The Advertising Council, in partnership with the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), announced today the release of a new public service advertisement (PSA) designed to teach Americans between the ages of 25 and 34 how to take control of their finances and make saving a part of their lifestyle. Alarming evidence reported in a study* conducted by Harris Interactive and commissioned by AICPA, further shows the need for the financial literacy campaign. The research concludes that Americans, especially young adult Americans (ages 18-34), need to become better prepared for their current and future financial needs. According to the study, more than a third (38%) of young adult Americans are putting off life decisions such as buying a home, paying for medical insurance, continuing higher education, and even delaying marriage for financial reasons. More than half (54%) believe they can't afford to buy a home. One-quarter (25%) are considering a second or part-time job to cover current expenses.
9 May 2007
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Funny advertisement, watch!!
23 May 2007
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Funny Advertisement
24 May 2007
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