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bknowlden's picture
bknowlden
Activity Score 3647

"Hey, this paper isn't cut. Lucky for me, I have my trusty pocket knife with me..."

muxa's picture
muxa
Activity Score 602

Yeah let's use a lot of brand new paper to tell people to recycle paper.
Super idea.

ricklongo's picture
ricklongo
Activity Score 1244

It's telling people to recycle this "brand new paper" once they're done with it. I don't see the problem.

Enas's picture
Enas
Activity Score 741

exactly so we need papers to tell don't use a paper...and which magazine want to say don't buy me again???

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panasit's picture
panasit
Activity Score 687

O&M of India is making the list now.

-Tung
--good idea is enemy of great idea

bknowlden's picture
bknowlden
Activity Score 3647

"Hey, this paper isn't cut. Lucky for me, I have my trusty pocket knife with me..."

dc's picture
dc
Activity Score 12

i think the message gets throught clearly, but the magazine would have to be made of recyclable paper to not be contradictory =/

devkarthik's picture
devkarthik
Activity Score 409

nice...

- kk

partho's picture
partho
Activity Score 46

very amateur..

ecflagcorp's picture
ecflagcorp
Activity Score 108

Its just okay. Good meaning. But if it were giving the effect of cutting trees and killing them, shouldn't the trees on the left hand side of the page be dead or something? Like a forest that has been stripped of trees? This ad just seems almost there to me.

Zeus's picture
Zeus
Activity Score 906

Smart

capywriter's picture
capywriter
Activity Score 5509

something bothers me about how everythin is displayed once the paper is cut... the chopped trees in opposite direction of the remainings...

Luis Maram's picture
Luis Maram
Activity Score 252

This is really good. Of course it should be recycled paper or certified paper. Come on! The message here is avoid magazines with paper uncertified or not recycled...

Oh yes, of course, the future is: Use only online magazines; please!!!

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