Posted by Miranda August 29, 2008

Here is a classic example of one getting under the net as it were.. This was an actually advert used on a billboard in Porstmouth. Genius!

"Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is delighted, if a little surprised, at all the interest our latest billboard campaign has received. The image used in this billboard was produced 2 years ago in all innocence, but with the hindsight provided by its recent online coverage I can now see that we might have chosen the camera angle a little better!" Comment posted by Portsmouth Historic Dockyard about the campaign.



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