Quick hit for Friday. I saw this outdoor ad for Kit Kat and wanted to share it. The ad is a park bench disguised as a giant Kit Kat bar, with the line "Have a break. Have a Kit Kat." It is a great idea and I like the execution of the ad, as the…
NON TRADITIONAL AD: Guerrilla Marketing. The kissing point is very French romantic style. I wish I know what the whole campaign idea is. If it says the same thing as the big idea says, this guerrilla is a cool idea.
Guerrilla Advertising in New York for the Sopranos. This is a funny stunt which is extremely intriguing to a passerby who happens to see the arm hanging from the taxi boot. This encourages them to look at the sticker and see that the arm is fake.
Folgers Coffee displayed a pretty creative guerrilla marketing campaign by covering the city street's manholes with images of a top of a cup of coffee. When the steam rose from the sewers below, it appeared that a fresh cup of coffee was steaming up.
"This one is an IBM smart cities campaign product/ad. It is great because it is intelligently complementing the ad with the functionality of the design, so perfectly that the audience really gets the idea of the “Smarter Cities” out of this design.
Here, we have put together a list of some creative and extremely clever billboard ads for your inspiration. There are many billboards that get our attention but majority of them are not great enough to keep them remembered. [mainimage] A billboard shoul
unbelievable - At night, the back-lit poster was reflected in the adjacent glass pane. This revealed the complete McDonald’s ‘M’ logo and the message “open all night” could be viewed the right way round. Bus shelter Campaign by DDB Sidney