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These King Tut Ads Asks What You'd Bring into the Afterlife

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: • References: carmichaellynch & adsoftheworld
If the ancient Egyptians were right about death, the regular modern people in these King Tut ads will be surrounded by the things that they love after they've passed. Of course they will have to get up to visit the washroom at some point.

The characters in these three clever prints still have their eyes open, suggesting that these efforts to establish their ideal tombs are perhaps blatant hints to their loved ones or acts of anxiety with the thought of leaving their possessions behind. One man has placed himself comfortably upon his workbench, another in his lounge amidst his books and movie collection, while the third, a knight, is dressed in his armor and surrounded in weapons. These National Geographic King Tut ads invite the public into the tomb of the ancient ruler, to see what his equivalent earthly loves were. Stats for Toolshed Tomb Campaigns Trending: Older & Chilly
Traction: 350 clicks in 158 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: King Tut Ads
Related: 49 examples / 38 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-35
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