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Ads of the Week: A living-dead billboard, the Skeletor/He-Man dance-off and other stories

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Taylor Herring – Thorpe Park

Taylor Herring has subverted conventional out of home advertising by anchoring the living dead to an ad installation in East London and making commuters wish they were tucked up safely at home. This bizarre experiential marketing campaign for Thorpe Park is helping to promote two Walking Dead mazes based on the hit show. The attractions will be unveiled as the show hits its 100th episode In October, tying in with the Fright Nights season. The billboard was reportedly soaked in over 50 kilograms of animal

 

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