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Jun022008

Fragrance, Beverage... or Victorian-era P0rn?

 


A series of posters found in Soho, NYC for St. Germain liqueur.

Now, I'm far from prudish but I have to ask: Just because the photos are shot in what appears to be Victorian-era styling and the women aren't the usual waif-like models, does it make it more appropriate for a public place? What if I were walking around town with my 5-year-old son?

You should click through to the entire photo series on flickr here to get a better understanding of what I'm talking about.

[tags]Advertising, St. Germain, New York City, Soho, NYC, Billboards, Out-of-Home, Outdoor Advertising, Wildings, Posters, Liquor[/tags]


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