If effective advertising captures your attention and then holds it, then Grey Indonesia has done a fine job for Bubbles Pet Cologne. With a tagline that says "Stop the Spread," we're pretty sure the message is that this spray will take away that lingering pet smell in your house (though it could also mean it helps pets' hair from sticking on furniture). Either way, the images of an elongated… Continue
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Tear-off advertising has been around forever. In its most basic form, all it takes is a pen and some paper. Even with the vast amount of technology in the world, these ads can still be really effective. We… Continue
"Gain a deeper perspective with the New Straights Times," says the tagline for this campaign by ad agency McCann Erickson. Apparently the stories are so well-written, they make you feel like you're in the middle of the action. Great concept and execution!
Although this may not be the most practical concept, it certainly doesn't lack in creativity. Designed by Susanna Hertrich of Germany, the Chrono Shredder is a calendar that shreds paper displaying each passing day.
This concept is most useful on bad days, when everything seems to be going wrong. The shredded paper symbolizes the end of that wretched day, and…
Sometimes news is so riveting, it can distract you from the crucially important events that occur right in front of your face. That's the idea behind this brilliant ad campaign by Oregon-based photographer Ken Anderson for CNN.…
Belgian communication agency King George came up with a clever way to market paint made by Belgian manufacturer Levis. A large can of paint appears frozen high up in the air, while a bright red pole gives the illusion that a stream of paint is flowing down, splattering onto the street, creating a huge mess onto the street.…
Here's a cool way to reuse those wasteful, burnt-out incandescent light bulbs. The Potus Pot is designed by Natalia Hojman and Angeles Estrada Vigil. Each beautiful recycled planter comes complete with a simple OSB base and packaging reused from the original light bulb.
Easily one of the best stop-motion videos of the year so far. 355 pictures were taken, printed in billboard size and shot again. The video was produced with the Olympus PEN itself. No tricks or computer animation at… Continue
To promote the 6 LED headlight, ad agency DDB Argentina came up with this creative light graffiti campaign for Energizer, which features a mechanic, jogger, and fisherman. The tagline: Take your day everywhere.
Advertising Agency: DDB Argentina. Buenos Aires, Argentina
Executive Creative Directors: Hernán Jauregui, Pablo Battle
In an effort to quell the hunger in third world countries, aid relief boxes are sent in by organizations like the UN, UNICEF, and the Red Cross. But what happens to the boxes after? Could they be reused for a good cause?
To provide kids with a temporary escape from their tough lives, Unplug Design Studio have conceptualized aid relief boxes with patterns that, when followed and assembled, become sturdy paper soccer balls. For children…
We all know that it takes a lot of effort and willpower to exercise. These creative ads by Paris-based ad agency Young & Rubicam perfectly illustrate that. Created for Decathlon, the ads show us that where there's a will, there's definitely a way.…
When done properly, advertising can be an art form. Take these photo manipulations by Indonesian photographer Heru Suryoko for example. Using a little bit of humor and imagination, Suryoko makes us think less about product placement, and more about the creative scene that's taking place.…
I'm really diggin' the creative vision that New Zealand-based ad agency BBDO had when creating this three-dimensional billboard for TV3’s Law & Order. An outdoor lamp protrudes from the billboard, putting the spotlight directly on the suspect, as well as providing light for the ad.
I love finding creativity in places I normally wouldn't look. These creative storefront window displays were created by Marc Atlan Design, Inc. for James Perse. Not only do the installations look very clean and modern, they create an experience for those who pass by.…
How did fashion designer Bernhard Willhelm and creative duo Freudenthal & Verhagen come up with these brilliant ideas for this set? It's almost as if they effortlessly transport us to another world, one full of surreal oddities.
The originality and variety of these shots are highly impressive. Every image seems so realistic, even though we know that… Continue
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