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  • Jeffrey Tien

    HIV AIDS, use a condom Advertising Agency: McCann Worldgroup, Helsinki, Finland Art Director: Jyrki Poutanen Copywriter: Timo Silvennoinen Photographer: Jari Riihimäki Additional credits: Piia Seppälä, Kim Takala Published: January 2012

  • Strobl)Kriegner Group

    Hiv - Foundation - McCann - Helsinki Repinned by www.strobl-kriegner.com #print #advertisement #creative #advertising #branding

  • Rodrigo West

    HIV & AIDS #funny commercial ads #commercial ads #funny commercial #interesting ads #funny ads

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