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Hi kids

Saatchi & Saatchi Wellington have teamed up with Cliche to find an image which represents Wellington. And we want to hear from YOU!

We are currently looking for unique images that reflect Wellington, New Zealand. It doesn't have to literally represent Wellington but might be something that 'feels' like Wgtn to you.

We are looking for something that expresses the essence of Wellington. It might be something you already have in your collection or something you want to produce especially for this project.

Saatchi & Saatchi are approaching a number of artists and have asked Cliche to help find an image which represents the NOW and HERE of Wellington. These pictures are integral to the creative execution. If your image was successful, it would be used in their upcoming campaign - a first for Saatchi & Saatchi and Wellington City Council.

More to reveal if you get in touch ...

x The Cleesh -- I HEART TECHNOLOGY ...
now viewing @ http://www.myspace.com/clicheorama


ENDS

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