According to RadarOnline.com there has been a Jersey Shore cocaine scandal that's sweeping the headlines and there's yet to be word which group member is addicted.
It doesn't matter if it's celebrities, the rich, poor, young or old; drugs are everywhere, and that's exactly what these anti-drug campaigns set out to stop. From gory pinatas to anti-drug fashion, these campaigns are trying to make people more aware about the dangers of drugs.
Implications - Consumers often respond to macabre elements used in advertising because it unnerves them to see grotesque imagery in public areas. Though these sorts of campaigns garner consumer attention, it isn't always positive attention. Corporations looking to create effective ad campaigns may consider utilizing shocking imagery that does not involve disturbing graphics.
From the Jersey Shore Cocaine Scandal to Gory Pinatas
Illegal Drug Images
'The Institute of Illegal Images' Showcases Blotter Art
Controversial Anti Drug Ad
Publicis Campaign in Brazil
Abel Saucedo's Macabre Sculptures Comment On Mexico Drug War
Sinister Anti-Smoking Campaigns
'Smoking Kill' by Khalil Damak Shows the Dangerous Cycle
Visualize Your Grave
Anti-Steroid Awareness Campaigns
'Don't Be an Asterisk' Says Sponsor Johnson & Johnson
Anti-Drug Wax Exhibition in Moscow
Shocking Anti-Drug Abuse Ads
Barnardo's 'Break the Cycle' Campaign
‘Ketamine - Just Say Neigh' Shirts Gets The Message Out
Before and After Drug Use Photos
Shocking Anti-Meth Campaign
Disturbing Anti-Drug Ads
Montana Meth Project