The Cleveland AAF (American Advertising Federation) recently held a competition challenging ad agencies to create castles out of canned food as a way of drawing attention to the needs of local food banks. For their submission, Melamed Riley decided to create a mini reproduction of their local White Castle using 400 cans wrapped with paper from recycling bins. The effort paid off and the agency won first prize. The canned goods used to create the castle will go to the Cleveland Foodbank, along with a donation from the Cleveland AAF.
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(Melamed Riley via Neatorama)