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  • Rebellious Beauty Dana Parriera

    Relief agency's ad campaign showcases things 1st world consumers view as must-haves, and the value of that money in other places of the world. The message: do you really "need" what an ad says you need? I can't get over the first pict with the purse. It does seem silly when you put it into perspective. Doesn't it... By Cordaid. Designed by Saatchi & Saatchi.

  • A student

    Check out this satirical advertising campaign. The items are not for sale, the purpose of the image is to show the difference between how 1st world consumers look at products and what they might mean to other parts of the world. By Cordaid. Designed by Saatchi & Saatchi. Posted by Criatives. Thought it would be great to show what your product actually does to help those people in those countries making your products.

  • Teli Thayer

    This is a thought provoking ad campaign. From original poster: The items are not for sale, the purpose of the image is to show the difference between how 1st world consumers look at products and what they might mean to other parts of the world.

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