Tight Briefs week four voting: Advertising the world wide web

How would you advertise the world wide web to people who've never used it? That was the challenge we set our readers in the fourth of our weekly Tight Briefs creative contests.

Now we want you to decide which of the many entries below best nailed the brief by simply hitting the like button next to your favourites.

You have until 3pm on Thursday 20 March to vote and the winner, who will be shortlisted in a special Tight Briefs category at this year's Chip Shop Awards, will be announced here on Friday.

The usual disclaimer applies: if you're easily offended, you may want to look away now.

By Stephen Hunter

By Alan Gower

Entered by Adam Dezine

By Matthew Wyatt

By Steve Talbot

By Rob Page

By David Jones

By Adam Smith

By Alex Hill

By Andre Radix

By Brian Finucane

By Justin Price

By Jack Hendry

By Daniel Lewis

By Steve Piggott

By Timothy Witherow

By Gary Moon

By Jerome Favre

By Katie Hurst

By Mark Williams

By Matthew Wyatt

By Roj Whitelock

By Stephen Hunter

By Steve Piggott

By Katie Wyatt

By Tim Jarram

By Toby and Naomi

By Toby and Naomi

By Toby and Naomi

By Anonymous, Edinburgh

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