The ad community in Caracas united to create 200 spots to denounce anti-capitalism, President Hugo Chavez and urge early elections (see full story on P. 4).
A gas gauge, a powerful symbol in oil-producing Venezuela, falls to empty as "the government tries to make us poor" then swings back to full with the prospect of elections.
This anti-Chavez parody of MasterCard's famous global "Priceless" campaign ends with a twist: "For everything else, steal from a government fund."
"Chavez vs. Chavez" spots unfavorably contrast the president's promises with his later actions.
Pro and anti-Chavistas find common ground in soccer.
"Failed" is stamped in red over images of Chavez's unfulfilled promises such as ending poverty and unemployment.
Kids draw flag-waving families asking for peace-and elections now.
Rival brands like Coca-Cola and Pepsi underline the theme, "We can think differently but live together without violence."