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AdBlock - no more force feeding

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13:30 PM | 15 December 2014
by Adam Oldfield
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A group of creatives over at Miami Ad School created an advert for AdBlock. A browser extension that blocks all advertisements on all webpages.

“We found it necessary and ironic to create an ad for this excellent service.”

On copywriting duties were Gustav Lindberg and Paul Boupha whilst Jesper Bryngelsson and Annie Elfstrom created the visual direction.

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