Passion for coffee? Interested in advertising campaigns? You’ll enjoy seeing just how coffee beans (plus international coffee houses, instant mixes and more) are marketed around the world. From well-known coffee houses to lesser-known coffee brands, these ads are completely unique and use all sorts of visuals to get us looking (and buying their stuff). The […]
Barilla has caused quite a stir lately with the chairman Guido Barilla stating that he wouldn’t show a gay family in Barilla’s advertising: ‘I would never do a commercial with a homosexual family,’ he said, ‘We will not be advertising with homosexuals, because we like the traditional family’. Well, Mr. Barilla, may we present the […]
I was made aware of Jeremy Wong’s playful approach to Life Buoy Soap’s You Eat What You Touch advertising campaign recently. The pug loaf in particular made me smile. His other work is definitely worth a look, too.
We’ve always wondered if all these grotesque pictures of deformed babies and tumorous body parts ever worked to deter smokers. Now Ukraine-based designer German Ljutaev has a concept design for cigarettes, targeting geek smokers by speaking a language they understand: video games. We’re not too sure about the Game Over warning behind the cigs. Isn’t there an option to Restart?
Throw Us A Bone is an innovative Sydney Dogs and Cats Home fundraising campaign from the M&CSaatchi/Mark agencies and represents the first time in Australia that people will be able to enjoy two-way interactivity with a live outdoor advertisement. Launching on October 1st on a massive 7m x 7m outdoor cinema screen in the Customs House forecourt at Circular Quay, the quirky and playful campaign has been designed and animated by Sixty40.
This animation is part of an exclusive event campaign developed by K-MB and NoMoreSleep, with an audio track by David Kamp. Nice.