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It’s not very often that I see an advertising campaign I instantly appreciate. That’s the power of imagery, and the power of targeting our environmental responsibilities.
This paper towel dispenser shows an ad campaign for the World Wildlife Federation (WWF), and the strapline reads:
Dove Onslaught aims to highlight how todays children are bombarded with false advertising messages.
To a kid, everything’s better in a McDonald’s wrapper.
How do you advertise an event that features some of the world’s finest musicians? Simple. With a stunning piece of visual artistry.
Two clever print ads for the suicide prevention centre, CVV.
Light-drawing and light-writing is getting a fair bit of attention lately.
The following TV advertisement shows Saatchi & Saatchi NY’s Tide Interview.
“Man boobs. They really suck.”
I enjoyed this running shoes advertisement from Nike.
We’re seeing a shift in global advertising, and it’s favouring the consumer. Advertisers must realise that us consumers want to converse with the people who are being handed our hard-earned cash.
Who’s getting it right?
Derren Brown experimenting with the minds of two advertisers.
Hawaiian Tropic sunscreen have been come up with some interesting magazine ads.
Roadside ad campaigns have more in common with blogs than you think.
Both have fast moving traffic and a hideously small opportunity to make a visual statement that lasts. The best ones leave the audience pondering about what they’ve just seen and (hopefully) create discussion around the office water cooler later that day.
Now read the rest of this article to see the amazing difference Adobe After Effects can have on this production. Absolutely superb!
Up to 24 million people in the US experience an eating disorder.
Thousands of site owners are making poor first impressions in exchange for a few monthly dollars.
“You’ve got to wrap ‘em up in newspaper, not brown paper or white.”
How about this newspaper ad for a fish and chip shop? The lime segment is one I haven’t seen before. Lemon, yes, but lime? It even makes me think this particular chip shop is a little different to normal ones. First they show you a clever ad, then they introduce lime juice with your meal.
Posters designed to advertise Screamfest — a Los Angeles independent horror film festival.
Here’s a superb example of print advertising, from Grey advertising agency in Stockholm, Sweden. The product being advertised is Hawaiian Tropic sunscreen and the tagline beside the lower…
Do you want old friends or family to be able to easily find you online? Is your name a common one that you think will never be at the top of a Google, Yahoo or MSN search? Well, here’s a quick and easy way to get yourself a FREE sponsored link at the top of all these search engines.
I thought I’d share some clever ads from around the world to get the creative juices flowing. Shimmy over to the Advertising / Design Goodness blog for some…
Ask the children of smoker parents.
A top example of print advertising.
This print ad for Mexican newspaper – Milenio Diario – caught my attention as a light-hearted piece of work.
The strapline reads, “Such a complex world needs a good explanation”.
To promote the new series of “The Apprentice” to white-collar workers – the main target audience for the program – the agency obtained staff lists from numerous companies and sent out bogus termination letters that were personalised and hand delivered.
National University Hospital Blood Donation Centre: Lifeline
The grey text reads, “Our blood bank will soon be dry. Please donate. Call us at 6772 5356.”