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.
The corporate world has become an easy target in the age of the Internet, when everybody knows a brand’s logo at a mere glance. As an idle advertising major, I couldn’t help but appreciate the pure honesty and truth behind these parody slogan ad ideas.
France privatizes an historically socialist service — phones — and look what happens. KITAYNS EVRAYWHAR! It doesn’t matter if you speak French or not, this commercial proves that before long, capitalism and socialism will both be dead and the furballs will rule over all.
Showcase Gallery officially opened in Darlinghurst this month, providing one a new avenue in Australia that supports creative professionals wanting to develop their artistic profile.
Outer space will be advertising’s new frontier and, even if we’ll be too old by the time this business is going to be fully established, it’s worth to imagine how it will look like. This is a short sample of Space Ads I made up, imagining a future of cross borders (the United States of China) and new bio-technologies (Liz Taylor will be brought back to life for the joy of all of us).
The Credit Counselling Society is a registered non-profit service based in Vancouver. We created this unique business card for them by reproducing a plastic “credit card” and then cutting it in half. The name of the client and telephone number were embossed on the business card in the same way they would appear as a card holder’s name and credit card number on a real credit card.
Adelaide commuters are in for a little extra entertainment this month thanks to what may be the world’s smallest movie theatre in the form of a bus shelter. A brainchild of Clemenger BBDO, the mini-cinema features authentic theatre seating, curtains and a projector showing screenings each evening at 9pm. It has been transformed to promote […]
Lovely work by Leo Burnett Kuala Lampur copywriter Paul Prabhakar for an Eco Heaven Bazaar, where junk is hand-printed and re-purposed into posters to publicise the event.
People travelling across the USA-Canada border (near Vancouver) might catch a glimpse of a newly erected billboard that advertises ‘clean air’. Created by Lead Pencil Studio, and funded by the US government, this creative piece is made from stainless steel rods, framing the clean air of Blaine, Washington.