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Moustaches make a difference

Moustaches make a difference
Moustaches make a difference Advertising Agency: TBWA\Singapore, Singapore Creative Directors: Hagan de Villiers, Gary Steele Art Directors: Reginald Ocampo, Danny Teo Copywriters: James Holman, Martin Loh Illustrator: Reginald Ocampo, Roger Tan Developers: Tony Chew, Sean Tan Production Managers: Sally Sim, Allen Pattiselanno Account Service: Jaclyn Lee, Alrick Dorett Published: November 2010 Wonderfull ads for Movember. 29th of November 2010 Probably Related Mustache Handkerchief Symmetry Sucks The Original Hipster Music can make a difference Travel Status Back home since 56 days Currently in: Switzerland Oh dear, do you realise how old your browser is?

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