Wolve in Sheeps Clothes - Pepsi won Halloween with this clever ad

Pepsi Won Halloween with this Clever Ad

Pepsi once did a funny Halloween ad. In the picture, a Pepsi can dresses up as a Coke can to scare people. The headline was, “We wish you a scary Halloween!” That’s not a bad idea, but Coke got the last word. In a classic.

Inspiration Gallery #105 – Creative ads | From up North    The placement of this advert is very effective as it targets the customer in the right situation and would encourage them to think more about the different world they live in compared to the starving child. Imagine the feeling once you've unloaded your trolley at the checkout, and see the child at the bottom - with no food left... How symbolic!

Guerilla Marketing - For a cause. From Feed SA a South African charitable organization that operates food programs to the poverty-stricken in SA townships. The cart's handle bears the tagline, "See how easy feeding the hungry can be?

Ads are around us pretty much everywhere we go, whether we like it or not and are in fact, writing.

Creative advertising

Agency: Cossette Advertiser: McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Limited Title: Father's Day

Advertisement by DDB, Argentina

- Strong Contrast - Good use of hierarchy - Minimal Design but still conveys the message.

Client: Lego, Agency: Blattner Brunner, Creative Direction: Jay Giesen, Art Direction: Derek Julin

Today we’ve been doing some archive browsing and ran across these print ads for Lego from 5 years ago. Lego is still using this playful aspect in their ads today. When playing with simplicity on your imagination the creative possibilities are endles

A dentist ads, We don't like YELLOW. Yellow is seen as happy positive colour but not in all circumstances as illustrated here in the dentist advertising campaign.

Golf Academy Ad on Behance

Your Path to a Golf Career // Golf Academy of America

Lego Project on Behance

Redefine color blocking by making portraits with Lego.

Image credit: Marco Sodano

Famous Paintings Recreated With LEGO Blocks

Can You Name the Original Painting from these LEGO Versions? The Mona Lisa – Leonardo da Vinci

Publicidad de Adidas Curated by: Transition Marketing Services | Small Business Branding / Marketing Solutions http://www.transitionmarketing

Take hurt real - Adidas

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