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Worms Consume This Ad To Illustrate Crack Dangers

Brazilian agency Talent made posters out of dough, not paper

Published on May 28, 2013

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The dangers of crack cocaine are powerfully illustrated in this shocking new campaign from Talent, Brazil, for The Partnership Against Drugs, the Brazilian alliance of the Partnership for a Drug Free America. The agency placed two posters at “Galeria do Rock”, a gathering place for young opinion makers, and close to the main crack dealing area of Sao Paulo. The posters, which were printed in dough, are live-eaten by mealworms, showing how cocaine eats away at you. The technique was made possible after the agency worked for months with researchers and biologists.

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Date
May 28, 2013
Agency:
Talent
Chief Creative Officer:
Joao Livi
Client:
Partnership Against Drugs
Creative Director:
Alexandre Nego Lee
Creative Director:
Rodrigo Bombana
Creative Director:
Felipe Luchi
Copywriter:
Alexandre Nego Lee
Art Director:
Rodrigo Bombana
Art Director:
Felipe Luchi
Account Manager:
Erick Sobral
Advertiser's Supervisor:
Marylin Tatton
Director:
Albert Klinke
Director:
Danilo Marques
Music and Sound Design:
Samuel Ferrari
Music and Sound Design:
Regis Baba
Music and Sound Design:
Felipe Junqueira

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