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October 2008
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To view more of the campaign, visit http://www.thingsarefine.org

Advertising Agency: Borders Perrin Norrander, Portland, USA
Art directors: Jeremy Boland, Nick Kamei
Copywriters: John Heinsma, Bem Jimmerson
Creative Director: Terry Schneider
Illustration: Eric Stevens/Tower of Babel & Jeremy Boland
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Crisp One's picture

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Crisp One
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Amsterdam, The Netherlands's picture

Beautiful!

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Mandark's picture

do those numbers mean anything? I would have put 700.000.000 the money the US Govenment put down to save those banks...

Mandark
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"U think it's perfect?! Press delete and start again!"

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You need to watch what you say to people

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Crisp One's picture

you need to get an account

Crisp One
Activity Score 2005
Other at New York
mondo's picture

things are not fine the way they are!

mondo
Activity Score 142
Wyvie's picture

Dude... that's the point.

Wyvie
Activity Score 76
sean_kladek's picture

I'm not sure I understand this one. The bar code to me symbolizes consumerism which can drive the economy. It seems this one is saying that is a problem, when I'm not sure that it is.

sean_kladek
Activity Score 12
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Crisp One's picture

this one is stolen....seen this image type everywhere on the net.

Consumerism isnt bad, without regulation it is.

Crisp One
Activity Score 2005
Other at New York
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My take is U.S for sale....

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tantrik_indian's picture

I think you got it right, guest.

tantrik_indian
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~~this paranoid survived!~~

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corporatism

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