250_UNICEFfoosball.pngInternational protector of children UNICEF is one of the most active anti-landmine organizations. But since Princess Diana died, you don’t see much press coverage about the worldwide effort to ban anti-personnel mines—of which the USA is the leading manufacturer, of course. But UNICEF, through German ad agency Leo Burnett Frankfurt, has gotten pretty creative with their trade booth attractions—like this customized foosball table. They removed one or both legs from many of the players, to the surprise of visitors (click here to see the full table). Messages were placed above both goals reminding people that thousands are victims every year, and urging them to donate. After the jump, view the devious hidden landmine stickers that got stuck to the feet of unsuspecting passersby.


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