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“Put child obesity in offline mode” – This campaign from Brazil uses emojis to convey what obesity could look like for children today – especially if they are overarmed with cell phones.

Let the kids play (In the park).

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The Future of the World

The future of the world seems dark if we don’t make the effort to make our consumption more sustainable.

I specifically love the jarring work that WWF did with everyday screens we see and editing it to a strong, shocking message.

“Preparing to Delete” – 1000 years remaining :(

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Would you pee on this ad?

Disclaimer: PG: Parental guidance suggested – Some material may not be suitable for children.

Exception Clause: Unless you are planning to have WIP children 

Here is a crazy print ad: The one where you peed on it. HAHAA.

IKEA has been extremely bold in the recent times with their advertising. And no matter if I believe this is a great ad or not, I will give a standing ovation to the courage this would have taken for one crazy team who brought this to life. Crazy is my favourite personality trait.

Without revealing much, I’d say –  You should watch this pure output of creativity and genius with a big doze of crazy:

No (!=) blink

Japanese advertising just amazes me with the creativity, exaggeration and sense of humour.

This is a throw back to one of the craziest and most innovative advertising campaigns that ever existed. The one crazy no-blinking TV reality show.

All extreme scenarios were managed without blinking – including washing your face, kissing and feeling a balloon burst next to your eyes.

But one thing, just one thing was such an impulse that couldn’t be controlled. The satisfaction of eating Carre de Chocolate.

It reminds me of the long gummy ad (which by the way I bought literally after seeing the ad). So creative, extreme and funny.

I’m not sure if you blinked, but giggle you shall.

Eats: More fun in the…

It’s more fun in the Philippines! :)

That’s been the Department of Tourism’s Slogan that has always stuck like the way superglue sticks to your hands.

But this time, they took the fun one level up with their new high paced campaign: “Eats. More Fun in the Philippines”

I loved the honesty and the playfulness with emotions and food, together.  My favourite, coming straight from the heart that lives within my stomach was – “Sometimes we just invent reasons to eat” Haha. #truestory

Also, can we take a moment to appreciate the star of the show – a giant dancing bee? Oh man, Spaghetti with sweet sauce didn’t exist in my life until Jollibee brought an unprecedented joy in my life.

Food connects us all. Travel connects us all. And the Department of Tourism connected everything. All in the Philippines.

There is nothing more Pinoy that chicken made with joy. Ace 100. Loved it!