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STA TRavel ads from Australia. Hit the mark. Especially Move.
August 15, 2011, 3:13 pm
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Shot in 44 days in 11 Countries.

Move

Eat

Learn



A wonderful piece of brand thinking.
July 25, 2011, 12:25 pm
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A beautiful piece of commercial branding for Sydney Opera House that captures range and emotion in equal measure.  A Nick Cave song (the Ship Song) in case you were wondering.



Ashes 2010: Hapless Aussies are done for.
December 26, 2010, 6:36 pm
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ponting ponders

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Great photo from today’s Guardian online.

Ashes 2010: Australia press reaction to day one at MCG | Sport | The Guardian.



Dream job?

For those of you fed up with working in print media in the UK this might be your dream job which was sent to me by Stephen Tait from Down Under.

dreamjob



How the Aussies celebrated Bush’s inauguration

Classy. Thanks Stephen.

An ad for a female depilation cream in the Australian Daily Telegraph.

Today.

veet



gorgeous
October 11, 2008, 11:44 am
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The new Australian Tourist Board campaign directed by Baz  Luhrmann. Quite simply stunning. So, where the bloody hell are you?

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There are ways to beat the system. this is a great one.

I’m grateful to Pat Rodger for sending me this little peach.

From the Townsville Bulletin (on Australia’s Gold Coast)

George Phillips was going up to bed when his wife told him that he’d left the light on in the garden shed, which she could see from the bedroom window.

George opened the back door to go to turn off the light but saw from the porch that there were people in the shed stealing things.

He phoned the police and explained what was happening; the controller asked

‘Is someone in your house?’

‘No’ he replied.

The response was that all patrols were busy, and that he should simply lock his door and an officer would be along when available.

George said, ‘Okay,’ hung up, counted to 30, and phoned the police again.

‘Hello’ he said ‘I just called you a minute ago because there were people stealing things from my shed. Well, you don’t have to worry about them now because I’ve just shot them.’ Then he hung up.

Within four minutes three police cars, an Armed Response Unit, and an ambulance showed up at the Phillips’ residence and caught the burglars red-handed.

One of the Policemen said to George: ‘I thought you said that you’d shot them!’

To which George replied, ‘I thought you said there was nobody available!’