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Tight Briefs week seven voting: Stickers to hide the government's graphic cigarette pack warnings

Our latest Tight Briefs creative contest challenged our readers to think outside the box (quite literally) and design stickers to conceal the ghoulish new standardised cigarette packaging which looks likely to be introduced by the government.

Now it is up to you to decide who came up with the best response to the brief – and who deserves to be shortlisted for a coveted Chip Shop Award in a special Tight Briefs category – by hitting the like button next to your favourites below. You have until 3pm on Thursday 10 April to cast your vote.

Entry by Ciaran McCormick

Entry by Ciaran McCormick

Entry by Christopher Cryer

Entry by Daniel Lewis

Entry by David Yaghoobi and Rob Morris

Entry by Ellie Bligh

Entry by George Bell

Entry by Jen Reynolds

Entry by Jonny Collin

Entry by Liberty Papworth

Entry by Matthew Wyatt

Entry by Mike Kimber

Entry by Nicola Borasinski

Entry by Paul Harvey

Entry by Phil Aiston

Entry by Rich Coggin

Entry by Sean Clayton

Entry by Tom Woods

Entry by Vanessa

Entry by Vanessa

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