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Anti-cigarette advertising poster, 'Winfailed Cup'

Made by Robson, Brian in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c.1984-1989.
A full-colour poster protesting against tobacco company sponsorship of Rugby League football. The poster features a photograph of a statue made with two dolls that have been sprayed with gold paint, which represent an adult giving a child a cigarette. The main message is printed across the top and bottom of the poster and reads 'Making the big boys pushers Winfailed Cup. Presented to the NSWRL for services to tobacco companies above and beyond the call of play.
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Anti-cigarette advertising poster, 'Winfailed Cup'

Made by Robson, Brian in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, c.1984-1989.
A full-colour poster protesting against tobacco company sponsorship of Rugby League football. The poster features a photograph of a statue made with two dolls that have been sprayed with gold paint, which represent an adult giving a child a cigarette. The main message is printed across the top and bottom of the poster and reads 'Making the big boys pushers Winfailed Cup. Presented to the NSWRL for services to tobacco companies above and beyond the call of play.
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