The Termicon Antifungal Ads Don't Recommend Foot Soup

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Apr 13, 2011 • References: & adsoftheworld
It may be quite unlikely that little care of your tootsies will result in a tasty meal; however, the Termicon Antifungal ads do succeed at grabbing one's attention for precisely that reason. The idea may disgust you, but afflictions like athlete's foot do give rise to spore-producing organisms that many people eat in the form of mushrooms.

Extrapolating from this, the Dentsu-Smart advertising agency of Moscow, Russia, has illustrated a rather repulsive image into a series of animated prints. Making the picture more easy to stomach, but disturbing enough to stir some consideration, the Termicon Antifungal ads serve up common podiatry problems on a silver platter. Suggesting a simple dermatological spray instead of breeding appendages fit for soups, hamburgers and pickling, the prints urge you not to "let fungus turn your feet into food!" Stats for Cannibalistic Spray Campaigns Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 2,434 clicks in 266 w
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Concept: Termicon Antifungal Ads
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Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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