When Mustaches Make A Difference


In the year of 2010, TBWA Singapore introduced a beautiful advertising campaign named “Mustaches Make a Difference”. This is a community initiative to support the search of treatment for prostate cancer. The advertisement used illustrated a famous characters as SuperMario, Einstein and Gandhi. Still brilliant!


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