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Anti-smoking campaign sadly and creatively appropriates the Marlboro Man

March 26, 2013 | By Abraham | 3 comments

A 2001 ad from India’s Cancer Patients Aid Association

(via The Inspiration)

3 Comments

    1. Kathryn J says:

      It is the “Marlboro man” an icon used for selling cigarettes for decades. He was a rough and ready cowboy, idealizing the US old west. The picture shows his horse dead of cancer from breathing the fumes of his owners smoke (second hand)

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