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Retro?? HA! You can't fool me with a new-old box! I'm brand loyal, and Ipana is back on the market!!

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When I was a kid the big promo was that the tube would "stand on it's head" (simpler times).

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Sort of reminded me of this when I first glanced.

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Is that toothpaste too Nurb?

I also saw some Clorphylle flavored Colgate last week... it was good!

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Nope. Chrome polish...
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S e x y !

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Waterproof watches you can trust! :D

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Cool idea. How is it suspended mid-air? I mean, ehm, mid-water?

Also I'm curious, what does an Art Director do exactly? Because there were 5 of them on this project, 2 CDs, and a bunch of other people.

http://results.epica-awards.com/42-02536-PAC.html

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Travisimo wrote:Waterproof watches you can trust! :D

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I wonder how many people are disappointed that the watch is smaller when they get it out of the water.

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engio wrote:Cool idea. How is it suspended mid-air? I mean, ehm, mid-water?

Also I'm curious, what does an Art Director do exactly? Because there were 5 of them on this project, 2 CDs, and a bunch of other people.

http://results.epica-awards.com/42-02536-PAC.html


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Edison V.S Tesla beer, getting intelligent with packaging.
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Okay, I'll bite. Why is this "intelligent" packaging? Two products in one package?

Kellogg's been doing it for a while now.
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Another question to ask is, "Who filled these two bottles." The Edison bottle is not full. Or, is it that the Tesla bottle overfilled.... ?
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I think he was making a joke because Tesla and Edison were smart therefore the packaging is smart;)
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Travisimo wrote:Waterproof watches you can trust! :D

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Wow, that is so cool :D

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Think this one is smart, to show how it will look when it is on:

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