Why should ads be boring? Check out this collection of unforgettable advertisements from around the world.
Nissan Cube Advertisement
Break Glass in Case of Adventure.
Nike Cars Advertisement
Cars decorated as Nike kicks in Mexico. The front car carrying the ball.
“From up here, I can see BMW of Bridgeport”
This picture of a Nescafe branded building is from Venezuela’s capital, Caracas, and must be among the largest inflatables in the world.
Creative Nestle billboard advertisement.
Hopi Hari Advertisement
Shopping bags given away to customers when purchasing fitness accessories or nutritional supplements at the Fitness Company fitness centers.
Skin Cancer Towel Advertisement
“Please take care this summer” [link]
McDonald’s Bus Stop Advertisement
Just what you want while waiting for the bus: that mouth watering, tantalizing reminder of how much you’d love to stuff your face with a 1,000 calorie burger only to be reminded later by your stomach it wasn’t the best decision you could have made.
Powerful idea for a billboard.
Outdoor Stunt by Goodyear
Lovely concept, but I think there’s something lost in translation in this outdoor campaign for Goodyear. The sign says:
(front) “Your vehicle has been towed. Call 0800 081-8181.”
(back) “For sticking on the roads.”
FedEx Kinko’s Advertisement
When coming up with an ad campaign for FedEx Kinko’s, the innovative minds at advertising agency BBDO were inspired by the streets of New York. The agency installed oversized bottles of correction fluid, highlighters, and, in one case, an office lamp, on the city’s busy thoroughfares for a couple of days earlier this year.
Ravensburger Puzzles Advertisement
Bic developed this creative outdoor advertisement for their razors. The billboard is blank except for a small logo, but without it the advertisement might be missed and it acts as a good backdrop for the giant razor and cut grass. The only draw back is the constant trimming of the lawn.
Ikea on Wheels advertisement.
Creative Canon outdoor advertisement.
Kill Bill Advertisement
Lego’s ad agency in Santiago (Chile) used cranes to hang giant Lego blocks.
Discovery Channel Advertisement