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Breast cancer awareness -Are you obsessed with the right things? ask the new print ads of Breast Cancer Foundation of Singapore. But it is not the words but the images used in these ads that draw attention and require a double take. Using Kryolan body paint and Daler Rowney Expression angled brushes and sponges, illustrator Andy Yang Soo painted a model's body and photographer Allan Ng took the pictures for the ads that suggest that perhaps women should focus on health and have their breasts checked rather than obsess about their big butts, pimples and bad hair days
A lot of women are probably more obsessed with a pimple, bad hair or their butt than they are concerned about breast cancer. In order to raise breast cancer awareness, Breast Cancer Foundation in Singapore creatively used body art to ask women if they were “obsessed with the right things?” (Advertising Agency: DDB, Singapore)
October - breast cancer awareness month A bit old (but not obsolete), a clever and charming campaign made by a Singaporean advertising agency, which is always topical, especially this month! Pin a pink ribbon to your clothes and read the original campaign message: “Are you obsessed with the right things? The difference between a pimple (big butt/bad hair day) and breast cancer is that of life and death. Regular breast checks are the best way to fight cancer.
A clever ad campaign for the Breast Cancer Foundation (BCF), created by agency DDB Group Singapore. - I dedicate my 2,000th Pinterest pin to Breast cancer awareness campaign
This breastcancer fundation ad has a serious side because of the subject related, but also a funny side since the subject is evoked in a fun way. This ad reminds us at first sight that we do not care necessarily what is most important for our health.