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LewLara (TBWA Brasil) launched a brand new campaign for the new Nissan Sentra with 6 airbags. To reinforce the car’s high level of safety, LewLara created ads that show, in a playful way, how much people are fragile. This campaign was produced by a great CGI company called ILLUSION.


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