Those crazy Tango people have been at it again, creating a new voodoo doll called Gotan that accompanies the drink brand’s website. Launched earlier this year, the site was developed by Deepend Design. The second phase goes live this week featuring a game called Gotan and the Grail. In the flesh (or plastic) Gotan is accompanied by instructions for the voodoo ritual: 1 Picture your victim in your mind. 2 Chant ‘Tango’ wildly. 3 Pour Tango onto doll. 4 Laugh maniacally. 5 Mop up. No doubt design groups will be eager to get their hands on the dolls to take out their frustrations after tough client meetings.
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