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Category Archives: Advertising
These ads for Tampax tampons may not be the most subtle, but they do get the message across. Although I’m not sure whether it’ll reach the target audience. (Artwork by Stéphanie for DKP, France)
As a part of their long-term Go For Zero plan (aimed at reducing the number of deaths by traffic accidents to zero), Belgium’s road safety agency BIVV is currently running a campaign against drivers’ bad temper. Campaign materials include radio … Continue reading
35 years after they included mini-comics featuring DC heroes in their cereal boxes, General Mills have once again opened the lid for the Justice League. Four exclusive books will be included in assorted cereal brands (and a fifth one exclusively … Continue reading
New York designer Diego Fonseca created these mockups for Red Bull energy drink cans adorned with the colors of celebrated Justice League members. I doubt whether these will ever be realised. After all, the Flash already has wings, and the … Continue reading
According to these ads for Melo chicken nuggets, your comfort zone remains in your childhood, whether it’s your heroes, or your comfort food. However, they don’t speak out on a possible causal relation between said comfort food and the guts … Continue reading
It has been a while since I last saw advertising campaigns that used the image of the word balloon in a creative and powerful way. These posters for the Inlingua language schools in Germany are a welcome break with that … Continue reading
Just look at the many possibilities this government surplus item offers. And what a bargain! (From Hillman’s Real Clue Crime Stories, 1948)