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This funny bag look like a guy holding a handgun in his hand that makes him look like an assasin walking around the street.

it makes pretty good sense that "have a break, have a kit-kat" would put their name on a seat. very clever ambient advertising. #advertising

Quick hit for Friday. I saw this outdoor ad for Kit Kat and wanted to share it. The ad is a park bench disguised as a giant Kit Kat bar, with the line "Have a break. Have a Kit Kat." It is a great idea and I like the execution of the ad, as the…

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Colin Pinegar: F. Troupe Branding According to recent grad Colin Pinegar, F. Troupe is “a drunk ship of cob blers from London who make shoes that are ‘quin tes sen tially British.

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Security Glass Ad - This a bold display of bus stop advertising. That is actual money inside of the glass case. Very creative and shows how their product works in the craziest way possible.

Excellent Designs of Paper Bags and Boxes

22 Insanely Cool New Packaging Designs from Around the World

At rest the dog ears of this Pet Boutique Shopping Bag hang down. In use the dog ears are in alert position. An unmistakable Pet Store bag branding.

Hermès paper shopping bag  Fashion Men Women Lingerie Accessories Jewellery Watches Sunglasses Leisure Activities Events Luxury & Sports Vehicles Holiday Destinations Bargains eCommerce enabled , chat messenger , Live agent from each shop - Personal Shopping Assistant ...more   https://www.facebook.com/WhitesandsSecretGarden  Hello!!!

Hermès paper shopping bag Fashion Men Women Lingerie Accessories Jewellery Watches Sunglasses Leisure Activities Events Luxury & Sports Vehicles Holiday Destinations Bargains eCommerce enabled , chat messenger , Live agent from each shop - Personal Shopping Assistant ...more https://www.facebook.com/WhitesandsSecretGarden Hello!!!

Mr and Mrs Claude Monet visit Venice and its pigeons

36 images rares pour un voyage dans le passé inoubliable

Mr and Mrs Claude Monet visit Venice and its pigeons

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