Adidas has gone green with its advertising campaign. The advertisement, which is suspected to be for its GrÃ¼n range of footwear, is made of bushes with the iconic three stripes placed using three strips of wood.
"Knowing that environmentalism is a mind-set, not just a selling point, their GrÃ¼n campaign has kicked off with â€œGuerilla Gardeningâ€. For all intents and purposes, it's graffiti with plants. The aim is to take a neglected, off limits urban space and turn it into a thing of beauty - be it with spray paint or with grass."
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