Plastic Bin Laden Used In Environmental Awareness Campaign

Plastic Bin Laden Used In Environmental Awareness Campaign
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In 2010, JWT Delhi created a statue of Osama Bin Laden using nothing but plastic, as way of personifying the litter problem in the country.

Kyana Gordon
  • 3 may 2011

It’s no secret that the news of Osama Bin Laden’s death has spawned countless headlines, tweets, and blog posts around the world. Politics aside, it was Copyranter who brought to our attention “a round-up of recent ads that used him as the creative linchpin” for marketing products from cough drops to cars. One particular campaign used his likeness as a way to educate communities on non-degradable plastic.

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