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Tag: Agency:Geometry Global
Animal Instincts Pet Condoms
Animal Instincts uses faux animal condoms to promote spay/neuter. The condom packages contain leaflets highlighting the importance of having your pet fixed. Users who try to browse the Animal Instincts website soon find the message, "There's only one real fix. Spay or neuter your pet. (https://www.sfspca.org/)  
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The Lionfish Invasion
The Lionfish Invasion Lionfish is an invasive foreign species that threatens the Caribbean; it lays more than 2,000,000 eggs per year, it has no natural predators in these waters and it feeds off of native species, destroying the coral reef. It has become a risk for the environment and the economy of more than 30 countries in the Caribbean. (https://www.youtube.com)  
Lifebuoy Handle on Hygiene
Lifebuoy Handle on Hygiene Lifebuoy, creators of the world’s number 1 selling germ protection soap, launched an impactful shopper activation campaign to highlight the dangers of bacteria found on supermarket shopping trollies. ‘Handle on Hygiene’ is an innovation attached to shopping trolley handles that, when swiped across, applies a thin layer of sanitiser liquid, killing 99.9% of bacteri ...
RGB News
RGB News by Geometry Global Bucharest TV station Antena 1 allowed Observator, its leading prime time news programme, to activate its strongest asset: the TV screen. During a week-long campaign, the red component was removed from the screen’s RGB colours for a three-minute news segment on the topic. A supporting Facebook campaign removed the colour red from the user’s profile picture and direct ...
Priceless Weapons
Priceless Weapons - Geometry Global Bogota In the Caribbean, Lionfish were eating crucial species that were endangering the livelihood of local fisherman. In an effort to control the control the population and capture the poisonous fish for sale, using recycled materials that cut costs by over 96%. (http://www.marketwired.com)