(click ad, via) In a previous disgusting campaign, GlaxoSmithKline antacid brand Eno covered a pig corpse in powder. Here, via Ogilvy in Singapore, view the stomach contents of someone who has eaten (without chewing) way too much broccoli. And what are those houses made of? Wafer cookies? What the hell kind of a meal is that? I need a Pepcid (ad works!) Anyway, this won an outdoor silver lion last week at Cannes. An art director sure had some fun with that visual, as did the designer of these sushi Concorde and Porsche creations for Dills digestive mints. Click here for previously posted Cannes 2010 winners.
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