| June 13, 2009
From the always-excellent Street Anatomy, here are some artistic, and provocative, anti-smoking advertisements.
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I like the concept, but… the people’s body contours have obviously been photoshopped. Look at the male’s waist. I’m all for the message, but the first thing that teenagers are going to think when they look at them is, “Wow, does smoking help you get thin and beautiful like THAT? Not bad…”
I’m not saying they should have had some fat, greasy models either… but…
Hmm..looks more like glamorizing smoking to me. Great idea though. I am glad FDA is taking over the cigarettes.
What were they smoking when they came up with these? Another fine example of taxdollars at work.
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