These NRDC Bumper Stickers Promote Eco-Awareness Through Insults

By: Michael Hines - Published: Mar 17, 2011 • References: &
I never thought of eco bumper stickers as funny until I saw these NRDC bumper stickers. Copywriter Jose Uribe and graphic designer Juan Silva have teamed up to create these bumper stickers aimed at getting people to support a cleaner Earth by insulting their mothers.

These NRDC bumper stickers are clever and smart, yet avoid laying blame on anyone like most eco-bumper stickers tend to do. I especially like the one that that that calls a mom a dirty "beach." Words that sound like swear words (but aren't) are always winning.

I love the way these NRDC bumper stickers can appeal to those with lukewarm feelings about eco-activism like myself. Bumper stickers are definitely not enough to turn the tide in the war on climate change, but they're definitely a good start. After all, clever advertising never hurt anyone. Stats for Insulting Eco-Bumper Stickers Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 10,865 clicks in 270 w
Interest: 2.2 minutes
Concept: NRDC Bumper Stickers
Related: 31 examples / 24 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-35
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