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:
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Dove Onslaught aims to highlight how todays children are bombarded with false advertising messages.
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To a kid, everything’s better in a McDonald’s wrapper.
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How do you advertise an event that features some of the world’s finest musicians? Simple. With a stunning piece of visual artistry.
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Two clever print ads for the suicide prevention centre, CVV.
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Light-drawing and light-writing is getting a fair bit of attention lately.
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The following TV advertisement shows Saatchi & Saatchi NY’s Tide Interview.
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“Man boobs. They really suck.”
I enjoyed this running shoes advertisement from Nike.
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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?
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Derren Brown experimenting with the minds of two advertisers.
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