If You Don't Want to Read This Charmin Print Ad, Put It To Another Use

Lapiz Leo Burnett gives this long-copy effort a dual purpose

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Chicago's Lapiz Leo Burnett was behind this slightly time-consuming ad [shown left] that recently ran in Rolling Stone.

The long-copy piece for Charmin is meant to provide those on the loo with some entertainment while they poo, but if you're not buying that , the ad can play another, more helpful role.

According to Lapiz CD/CW Ciro Sarmiento, "the idea was to create a copy print ad that you can actually make useful." While it aims to communicate the "joyful experience" that P&G's Charmin stands for, it also strives to make "the reader become part of the brand's purpose," he says.

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