Andrea Melcangi is a Milan based photographer, who demonstrates his passion for art through humourous, surreal advertising images. While we don’t expect to see them in Time Magazine anytime soon, the cheeky approach to catching your attention works for us.
Lynx has always pushed the barriers of conventional advertising to reach consumers, and this time they did it by hiding their advert! LCD screens were strategically placed at the windows of a terrace building in Sydney, giving the impression that the videos were actually taking place inside each room. The catch was these videos could […]
In Japan, a company is actually offering free underwear for any guy who’s willing to sport a few advertising messages on his butt. They even have the stats to explain why they think it’s worth convincing people to wear ad-supported underpants: apparently people who don the ads will be exposed to them up to eight […]
We are told on a daily basis to recycle and reuse and one Ohio based artist has done just that. Mark Langan takes supplies from his trash and the neighbourhood, reusing cardboard and reclaimed materials in order to create his art. Corrugated Art, as named by Langan, uses a material for which it was not purportedly […]
These ads are real. Shocking, I know. If you think advertising today is insensitive and racist, just get an eyeful of the way things used to be. Who said things used to be morally better? Because the way I see it, society isn’t quite this blatantly racist anymore. It looks like we’ve advanced just a little bit […]
In Japan, ad agency Absolute Territory PR has begun to advertise on the once-unclaimed real estate of … wait for it … girls thighs. Now any girl over the age of 18 can be paid to be a walking billboard. The only requirements are that they have to wear the stamped-on ad for eight hours […]
There’s been a lot of online chatter about the new Internet Explorer’s campaign, The Browser You Loved to Hate, especially now that its launched its Child of the 90s ad. We’re more tickled by their Signs of the Apocalypse posts though, which pokes fun at our Instagram-obsessed generation.
This fantastic piece of advertising for BMW caught my eye when trawling through Behance/a> for inspiration. The combination of digital and traditional illustration has created something unique and beautiful, and despite the fact that I don’t even have a drivers licence, it makes me want to own a BMW.
Have we stumbled upon a gem of a time capsule here? It’s coming to the end of 2012, so Business Insider chose the worst 1960s and 1970s ads from men’s magazines from combing classic advertising book The Male Mystique — just so it’s obvious to see how far the ads of today have come.
Advertising agency Euro RSCG Australia is changing its name to Havas Worldwide. But they want to change more than that. So, they’re launching PROJECT CHANGE: a series of actions to bring positive change in the world. The first thing they wanted to change was how miserable people are on their way to work. They did […]
If you’ve been brainwashed by Mad Men and regularly lament that the Golden Age of Advertising is no more, we implore you to look at these ads from the past. There, faith shaking yet? Yeah, we thought so.
Whether you enjoy a trip down memory lane, swoon over anything nostalgia, or simply wonder how brands ever survived with these advertisements, there’s something worth chuckling over for all of you.
Way to feel pretty epic: hit the beach for some sun, then stand under a gigantic soda dispensing machine for a shower. Yes, Sprite has invaded the beaches in Tel Aviv and Rio De Janiero with a giant soda dispensing machines that’s fully functioning and gives out free (water) showers. This stroke of marketing genius is concocted by ad agency Ogilvy & Mather.
Sometimes at night when I pray, I wonder if there is a God. And then amidst the dark silence, I know that there is, for it is the voice in my head saying ‘Hugh, cover up corporate advertising with your vandalism. Do it not just for fun but also for the father and my son’. […]
Egyptians. Are. Hilarious. And this advertising campaign is exemplary. In it, innocent and unsuspecting people learn not to reject or even question their consumption of the product in question: Panda Cheese.