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Found art

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Using illustrations reminiscent of electronics instructions or grade-school textbooks, Kruskopf Olson, Minneapolis, makes a pitch for local Japanese restaurant Fuji-ya. Ads show a Ginsu-type knife cutting through a tomato (no!) and a tin can (yes!) and two dogs, one that looks like a house pet (no!) and another that looks like a robot (yes!). Art director: Bill Whitney. Illustrator: George Peters.%
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