Most Disturbing Anti-Tobacco Ad Campaigns Worldwide
Everyone on Earth has gained a firm understanding of how truly bad tobacco use is for our health, but some are determined to continue its use. In attempts to drive the point home a bit further many have taken anti-tobacco ad campaigns to an entirely new level. Here you will see eighteen of the most disturbing, and in some cases, downright wrong, ads in existence in the world today. Check them out.
This is a trip: The beautiful baby sleeping here has a cigarette put out on its back! It is enough to make one furious, so why doesn’t second-hand smoke?
This woman is French kissing what appears to be a mountain goat to get the point across that smoking makes your breath stink.
3. United States
A bunch of coworkers smoking and hacking on their cigarette break; Marlboro Country, it is! Let’s just hang out and cough, why don’t we.
This morbid ad shows a woman with her mouth open enjoying a smoke, but the cig is in a baby’s mouth inside of her own!
The cigarette casts a gun’s shadow, because smoking kills. Russian Roulette, anyone?
Another ad demonstrating that smoke is bad for children. The mouth inside of the man’s is an older child, implying the dangers of second-hand smoke.
7. Unknown Region
A necklace of cigarettes. A very unattractive accessory; it’s just not as cool in the eyes of others as it once was.
Smoking is just a method of slow suicide. You can see it coming, but are helpless to stop it.
Smoking while pregnant will basically help you birth a burning cigarette. The point? Your child may as well be smoking.
The only thing left of these smoldering smokers is the hands and arms they use to puff away. They have been burned alive.
Why don’t you just eat everyone else’s butts? You may as well. This woman doesn’t smoke, but she may as well.
Even Death himself is bogged down in the smoking lie and can’t seem to get himself back up.
Tobacco executives are certainly taking advantage of our young men and women. This one has these two down on their knees, as most smokers will attest to being.
With 14,000 deaths from tobacco a day, we our burning ourselves up and putting ourselves in the ashtray in the end.
The point is made well. Hitler is made of more than 13,000 cigs in this depiction.