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  • WanderBred Kari

    These Models Are Making People Get Their Checkbooks Out via this satirical advertising campaign. The purpose is to show the difference between how 1st world consumers look at products and what they might mean to other parts of the world. •Handbag €32 ~Food for a Week €4 •Sunglasses €24 ~ Access to H2O €8 •Pint of Beer €4,50~ 50 L of Fresh H20 €1,50 •Aftershave €35 ~ Basics for a New Home €6,50

  • Krystal Delforge

    A crazy look at advertising. Not only does it highlight what's wrong with our body shaming in this country (those people look like that because they don't have access to food, not because they deny it to fit in), but it put into perspective what we hold important. Sunglasses or access to fresh water. A handbag or food enough to survive. Very moving imagery.

  • 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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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.

Someone else is happy with less than what you have.

Great people do things before they're ready. They do things before they know they can do it.

À Sao Paulo, au Brésil, on sait adapter le métro à la Coupe du Monde. São Paulo subway adapted to the World Cup. (by Inteligemcia)

Perks of being blind… Faith in humanity can be easily restored

What a horrible reality. Even a months worth of military spending would make a dent. Or taxes from churches. One less blockbuster movie? Something needs to be done.

American biology teachers...we got a lot of work to do! Take a look...second from the bottom! *faceplant*.

Bill Gates Most Annoying Myth

This spoke to me, louder than anything with the same information in a different format. I thank my lucky stars I have the good fortune to be able to read; buy a coffee because I feel like it, maybe even a muffin; to wake up with a roof over my head and a full stomach; to not feel hunger, pain or poverty. It scares me to think about the billions of people who are less fortunate than I,

Women own only 1%% of the world's land Disturbing Facts For Women Of The World The world is still not a fair place if you are a woman. Steampunk