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Top 20 des publicités qui utilisent la rue de manière originale

The main difference between street art and street advertising is that one can lead you to jail, while another can even earn you money. Which one you choose is up to you, but from marketing point of view, street ads have a lot of benefits.

dental 25 Incredibly Creative Ambient Ads

25 Incredibly Creative Ambient Ads

you teeth will shine like a florescent light in a office. Very creative and shows the light beams coming out of the teeth perfectly.

watch your step

Amnesty International Manhole Sticker Creative sticker with a message: “Thousands are held prisoners for their beliefs in places worse than this. Write until you free them all.

Panasonic Nose Hair Trimmer

Using your surrounds. This nose trimmer billboard uses telephone wires to represent nose hair. It combines a style of street art in a sense but is used to promote a nose hair trimmer to.

PETA Tries Fat-Shaming to Convince People to Go Vegan - Print (image) -  http://arcreactions.com/

PETA: Go Vegan bus ad

Example of a fat-shaming PETA ad on the back of a city bus. Two problems F*ck PETA - danceswithfat

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Creative Advertisements

Alliance Theatre Advertisement: To advertise the Alliance Theatre's production of a play about an African-American barber shop, a series of five-foot-tall sculptures were created and then placed in large shrubs and bushes around the city of Atlanta.

"to announce that McDonald’s restaurants are now open at night, we designed an ad that could literally only be read at night... after the dark, the back-lit poster was reflected in the glass revealing the complete logo..."

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

Arm sticking out of cab to promote sopranos tv show. So creative and simple. Relies on shock factor. People with then laugh when they see the sticker. Could be viral if made into a video with reactions from public. Attracts drama series lovers. Putting it in a widely seen object like the cab brings the surprise factor, it created a buzz which is what the brand wanted for the new series.

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.


26 Imágenes de carteles publicitarios creativos

the first Levi's 501 jeans for women was created back in print ad for Levi's 501 jeans by Bartle Bogle Hegarty, Now they're all made of flimsy so-called denim, or worse, lycra 'jeggings' :-(

Global Warming Hour Glass: “We are running out of time; act now before it’s too late.