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Megacities, Blue

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January 2012
NABU:  Megacities, Blue

Description

The skylines of large cities symbolize progress, growth and urban living. But increasing urbanization comes at a price. Every year more than 130,000 square kilometres of forest worldwide fall victim to it – with dramatic consequences for nature and the environment.

Print advertisement created by Leo Burnett, Germany for NABU, within the category: Public Interest, NGO.

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Urbanization is destroying nature. Stop deforestation!

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observant vicky's picture

what an boring idea...

observant vicky
Activity Score 194
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salil.sharma's picture

good execution

salil.sharma
Activity Score 2548
Creative Director at India |

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everartz's picture

boy! this is so bad!!

everartz
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killazol1's picture

execution is good.

killazol1
Activity Score 354
alausa's picture

Folks who never got the idea are quick to dismiss. I think its a nice parallel: Severed, serrated tree trunk as post apocalyptic cityscape. People, when they can't say DONE, they say BAD.

alausa
Activity Score 1420
Creative Director at Noah's Ark
chuckieT's picture

I think it is too tough to see that's a tree.

chuckieT
Activity Score 680
Creative
adaz's picture

Very good idea may be, without having to repeat it.

adaz
Activity Score 82
Art Director
jackblack's picture

Tree trunk idea no. 351.

jackblack
Activity Score 2362
Art Director
ElCaza89's picture

I think this really works, nice to see photography in ads for a change haha.

ElCaza89
Activity Score 343
sunilcreates's picture

what a boring idea...

sunilcreates
Activity Score 166
Creative Director at Olive, Mumbai
Chopper's picture

Nice picture, but what else.

Chopper
Activity Score 1015
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