“It Needs to Be Clean, Not Wet”: Hilarious Dog Shampoo Ads – Design You Trust

“It Needs to Be Clean, Not Wet”: Hilarious Dog Shampoo Ads

Something funny to start this week, some cute wet dogs for a Dr. Dog Dry Shapoo. Created by Propeg agency from Brazil. Art Direction by Rodrigo Bonfim.

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