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Advertising - Know When to Draw the Line



It's always a challenge to separate yourself in advertising and be able to rise above the clutter. Depending on the size of the city you live in, you're likely to be exposed to hundreds or thousands of ads per day. That's TV, print, outdoor, even product placement, and other forms that you might not even notice.

A controversial and amusing ad from Sisley about fashion addicted women which uses dresses to symbolise drugs was able to break through the clutter, but isn't it at a price? It almost glamorizes a lifestyle that doesn't deserve any kind of praise.

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“Advertising - Know When to Draw the Line”