The Chip Shop Awards


The fictional "Stop Childhood Obesity" campaign, one of the mildest examples I could find - by Creative Vein

Ad people are a creative lot, but they've got to constraint themselves lest they offend their clients.

Well, not at the Chip Shop Awards: the annual advertising award lets the creative types run wild. Here's what they came up with, if they weren't afraid of being fired by their clients: Link [warning, totally tasteless and offensive ads therein] - via Adweek

 

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Since one of the greatest risk factors for childhood obesity is poor maternal nutrition during pregnancy, it'd be good to see that aspect of the problem addressed.

I know, I'm dreaming, but a campaign to get pregnant women to eat more nutritious foods and keep an adequate level of nutrition flowing to their embryos and fetuses would address the problem more effectively. Of course, WIC would have to be beefed up, but that would drive the wingnuts crazy!
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