Creative Eroticism: How These Funny Ads Get Around Censorship – Design You Trust

Creative Eroticism: How These Funny Ads Get Around Censorship

How to promote erotic literature without being caught by censorship? The agency MortierBrigade and the Belgian magazine Humo have imagined a funny and offbeat campaign, using the ads of other advertisers to create some naughty situations. A great way to get around censorship with humor!

More info: MortierBrigade (h/t: ufunk)








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