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An ad campaign from UN Woman uses search terms from Google to show how gender inequality is a problem worldwide.

U.N. Ad Campaign Shows What The Internet Thinks Of Women

"Women need to be seen as equal" UN Women: Auto Complete Truth 1 Ogilvy & Mather, Dubai, UAE

Google Autocompletes The World's Opinion Of Women--And It's Not Pretty

Google Autocompletes The World’s Opinion Of Women–And It’s Not Pretty

Women shouldn't have. UN Women ad campaign highlighting global gender inequality

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UN uses Google autocomplete for sexism ad campaign

great ad for UN Women: plays on the search auto complete feature. UN Women: Auto Complete Truth Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Dubai, UAE

UN Ad Campaign Shows What The Internet Thinks Of Women

U.N. Ad Campaign Shows What The Internet Thinks Of Women

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Global Action In The Interest of Animals: Plastic Bags Kill Ad Agency: BBDO Malaysia & Ad Agency: Duval Guillaume, Belgium

It'd be cool if the photography had a consistent, cool look like this (minus the mustache :). Note - this is a more serious series, so probably need to avoid smiling faces and go neutral.

♂ Creative advertising inspiration - Swiss Smile Dental Clinic: Stop hiding your teeth. I like the idea of hiding your teeth

I just saw that this ad reads sex in the smoke, by her hairline, hmm... Coincidence? I don't think so...

50 Genius Print Ads With Brilliant Design Techniques

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Hard-hitting images of ‘dead’ teenagers are being used by Transport for London to send a powerful road safety message to young people.

adv / Topline Chewing Gum

I don't like this ad because it's weird and a little disturbing visually. The message is clear but still I wouldn't like to have done this ad.

"...PSA ads by Juvenile Protective Association visually illustrate that “Verbal abuse is still abuse.” These ads were created by EuroRSCG Chicago, USA."

10 Most Disturbing Ad Campaigns Featuring Kids - ad campaigns, disturbing ad

PSA ads by Juvenile Protective Association visually illustrate that “Verbal abuse is still abuse.” These ads were created by EuroRSCG Chicago, USA.

U.N. Ad Campaign Shows What The Internet Thinks Of Women   //  #PosterDesign #GraphicDesign #Inspiration

U.N. Ad Campaign Shows What The Internet Thinks Of Women

"Women need to be seen as equal" UN Women: Auto Complete Truth 1 Ogilvy & Mather, Dubai, UAE

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