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If there's one thing we all know about KFC, it's that it's finger-lickin' good, and it's this irrefutable fact that's inspired this series of frankly unsettling print ads.In them, everyday objects suddenly sprout mouths wherever your fingers might touch them, in the hope of licking off a little of the Colonel's chickeny goodness.Burger King prides itself on flame-grilling its burgers rather than frying them, but we all know how fire can misbehave if you don't keep a close eye on it, right?Burger King holds the record for the most restaurants that have burned down since 1954, and that's the brilliant angle seized by DAVID Miami in one of its many innovative campaigns for the company, using genuine photos of blazing BKs to emphasise how it cooks its burgers.This offering from Vinay Saya and Siddarth Basavaraj cleverly uses Photoshop to produce a skyline within the ice.Bringing the campaign closer to home will enable the viewer to recognise the message quicker and more effectively.Draper argued that people would fill in the gaps for themselves and create a stronger association in their mind, but Heinz wasn't going for it.Now, however, the company's changed its mind and, with DAVID Miami, rolled out these near-exact reproductions of Draper's pitch; talk about a man ahead of his time.

With a tag line "Before your back attacks you, Ashtanga Yoga at the Garage fitness club", it's a brilliantly inventive ad.Using simple yet effective colours and simple illustrations means that this is an ad that pops from the page.Print advertisments raising awareness of important causes such as global warming have to be instantly striking.Wieden Kennedy London was tasked with raising the profile of Chambord among a target audience of women aged 24-35.It used the campaign to push back against the pressure on women to conform to certain rules with its "Because No Reason" tagline that encourages people to do what they like, just because they like it.