<body> Public Ad Campaign: A Recipe for Better Living
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Thursday, November 21, 2013

A Recipe for Better Living

The always wonderful Luna Park sent me this little post on a small ad busting trend in Berlin. It seems the vandals are buffing fast food ads and replacing them with extremely simple, and yet infinitely more healthy food recipes. Fast food ads, through massive repetition,  normalize fast food consumption and in doing so alter our eating habits for the worse. These little reminders fight that trend and in the process allow us to imagine a world in which public images of food work in our favor instead of overwhelming us with unhealthy options that we eventually succumb to. 
Ich habe Ähnliches in den letzten Tagen öfter mal im Netz gesehen. Für irgendwas müssen die großen Werbeflächen der Fast Food Multis ja schließlich auch gut sein. Irgendwer also fährt da umher und schreibt ganz einfache Rezeptzutaten auf die Burger bewerbenden Plakate. Eigentlich muss man die dann nur zusammenhauen und fertig ist ein einfaches, aber durchaus ausgewogenes Essen. More [HERE]

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Blogger Qasim Khan said...

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