WWF anti-pollution campaign

By Guido Trombetta on 10:00 AM , ,
Contrapunto for WWF
A single tin of paint can pollute millions of litres of water
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This is a clever advertising campaign realized by Contrapunto for WWF. The anti-pollution message is marvellously rendered by a great Photoshop work
(Silver Award, Cannes Lions 2007).

Contrapunto for WWF
A single can of dissolvent pollutes millions of litres of water
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I've already posted a WWF advertising here:
Stop the global warming
and other smart environmental campaigns here:
Don't let this be our future
Water nuclear explosion
Global Warming Collection

Finally, you can find all the water related advertisings in SeaWayBLOG's ADVERTISING section


2 Response to 'WWF anti-pollution campaign'

  1. Anonymous
    http://seawayblog.blogspot.com/2008/10/wwf-anti-pollution-campaign.html?showComment=1294064029199#c2134622622983134074'> January 3, 2011 at 3:13 PM

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