Dentist Telephone Pole Flyer With Tear-Off Teeth Dr. John Mullaly, a dentist in Muskegon, MI, came up with a creative approach to advertising his dental services by posting telephone pole flyers with tear-off teeth.
26 Creative Guerilla & Ambient Ads
Alice in wonderland - adesivo de teto no shopping / ceiling ad sticker looking down into mall
Hitler vs Chaplin for Hut Weber Hats - The Inspiration Room
A humorous ad for an all you can eat rest stop in this highway tunnel billboard sign picture. A funny advertisement and marketing scheme to check out. ————————— This funny email forwarded by Harish…
envy spills for these great ads for super-absorbent Poly-Brite: Tea
A great example of all the fun and crazy things you can do at playland. I thought this image was great because it shows two completely different activities that this place is trying to promote.
AdiColor print advertisements from Spain for Adidas shoes. Shoes are shown dripping with green, red and blue paints.
Digital Photography by Marc da Cunha Lopes
Adidas new fall collection ad
24 Clever and Creative Advertisements on Buildings.
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
Less is More: Creative and Inspiring Minimalist Print Ads - Glasses – This uniquely designed ad for audiobooks suggests that audiobooks allow listeners to read with their ears.
Creative posters designed for Mint Vinetu bookstore in Vilnius, Lithuania promote classic literature and show the power of books. Created by LOVE agency, clever posters encourage people to read books and experience the life of the main characters.
Elvis, Mozart and Michael Jackson just for your ears
60 Brilliant Ads With Amazing Art Direction
Last year, Penguin Books promoted its audiobooks with a brilliant print ad campaign featuring illustrations of three well known authors - William Shakespeare, Mark Twain and Oscar Wilde - acting as headphones and whispering in the ears of their listeners.