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Horrible Client Feedback Turned Into Hilarious Works of Art From stupidity, awesomeness

Sometimes, bad client feedback is so bad, it becomes a work of art. And that's exactly what you'll get with "Sharp Suits: A Creative Catharsis." This Irish art exhibit, originally on display in a Dublin cafe, features some truly magical interpretations of bizarre client commentary, such as "Everyone knows girls under 25 don't wear skirts" and "The dog is off-brand." The work was created by ad creatives based on "their favorite worst feedback from clients." Proceeds from the gallery event and poster sales went to a Dublin children's hospital. If you missed the one-week exhibition, fear not—you can check out the full gallery at SharpSuits.net. You can also browse a few of our favorites after the jump. Via This Advertising Life and Adland.

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Topics: Europe, Ireland, Parody
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