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Chaser’s War on Everything
‘Remote Billboards’

With very little budget, a suitably irreverent and anarchic approach to promoting the Chaser’s new satirical comedy TV show was required. We found out the cheapest billboards in the world cost around $100. So used them to promote the Australia-only show. It didn’t really make sense. But the posters (particularly the one in Iraq) did create a shitload more publicity than a conventional poster campaign would have done.

Written & Directed by The Glue Society

The Martian Embassy

Sydney Story Factory
‘Martian Embassy’

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The-Missing-Piece-At-Uluru

The Glue Society
‘The Missing Piece’

The weird thing about taking a jigsaw puzzle piece all the way around Australia – and adding it to the landscape – gave the...

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Money Supermarket
‘Astronaut’

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Bombay Sapphire
‘Exit Log’

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1882
‘Ansiosos y un Capuchón’

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ANZ
‘GAYNZ Branch’

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Ming Mong Game Show

Virgin Mobile
‘Ming Mong’

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