Charity SA 'reincarnation' by Lowe Bull

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Lowe Bull has created a stomach-churning print campaign threatening people with reincarnation as unsightly creatures if they don't "do something good in this life".

The ads feature disgusting parasitic insects such as maggots, flies and tics.

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Released: 12 May 2009

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Credits

Project
Reincarnation

Copywriter
Claudette Browne

Art director
Annie Klintworth

Photographer
Deon Hug

Exposure
Print, outdoor

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