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  • Marc Lassoff

    American Heart Association Ad - French Fries Can Kill You

  • Pablo R

    Fatty foods

  • Gabby Danis

    I thought this was a very interesting way for the American Heart Association to show that eating badly is not the way to go. This is interesting shock advertising because it is trying to persuade individuals to eat healthy, or it could kill you.

  • Helen Burton

    Heart Health Ad How deadly is your diet?

  • Razor Research

    Print ad by Greg Slater for the American Heart Association. Tiny copy below the pic asks "How Deadly is Your Diet?"

  • Daniel Jones

    The symbolism is very strong in this poster. The red container is something most Americans (the target audience most likely) connect to fast food french fries. This poster is suggesting eating fast food is like killing yourself.

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