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Here’s How Your City Would Look If The Ads Were Replaced By Classical Paintings

By • Mar 31st, 2014 • Category: Art, Digital Art, Latest Posts, Photography

Creative French artist Etienne Lavie has created a wonderful series of images that picture what several major European cities might look like if all of the advertisements were replaced by classical paintings. The series is aptly named – “OMG who stole my ads?” She uses Milan and Paris as her backdrop – cities that are inextricably linked, architecturally and historically, to the development of classical art as we know it.

These 30 Creative Ambient Ads Know How To Grab Your Attention

By • Mar 14th, 2014 • Category: Advertising, Branding, Latest Posts

Companies trying to sell you a product will do anything to cram their ads down your throat, but it’s always nice when they show a bit of creativity and taste when trying to get your attention. Ambient ads are one such specific form of advertisement, which seeks at once to become a part of its environment and to draw your attention to it.

6 Iconic Images Re-created In One Uninterrupted 50-Second Shot (VIDEO)

By • Feb 10th, 2014 • Category: Advertising, Art, Latest Posts, Photography, Video

In one uninterrupted 50-second video shot for the Sunday Times, British director duo Us and advertising firm Grey have captured six iconic images from modern culture. The video is an amazing look at movie magic, showing us in just how many different ways cinematographers can fool the eye and manipulate their world. And after the awesome video blows your mind, check out the making-of below, where the magic is revealed.

33 Powerful And Creative Print Ads That’ll Make You Look Twice

By • Feb 7th, 2014 • Category: Advertising, Branding, Latest Posts

Most ads out there are annoying, but given the amount of professionals working in the marketing and advertising industries, they’re bound to come up with something cool and creative sooner or later. We’ve searched the web and collected some of the most creative print ads we could find. Most of these ads don’t just advertise the company or cause behind them, they also make an actual point. So if you don’t understand the angle at first, give it some time and think about it.

Mind-Bending Ad Uses Anamorphic Illusions & Forced Perspective To Fry Your Brain

By • Oct 28th, 2013 • Category: Advertising, Art, Branding, Latest Posts, Optical Illusions, Video

Honda has created an amazing and mind-bending advertisement for their CR-V using anamorphic optical illusions and forced perspective. Taking a page from the Rayban sunglasses ad, they create a series of optical illusions involving their vehicle that will make you double-take and question what you’re seeing. By forcing your mind to accept a certain perspective, they are able to create seemingly impossible situations – without the use of CGI!

Submarine Crashes Through Streets Of Milan In Creative Publicity Stunt

By • Oct 7th, 2013 • Category: Advertising, Branding, Latest Posts

An inept submarine crew has crashed their high-tech military submarine straight through the underside of Milan’s streets, emerging near the Duomo. Or at least, that’s the elaborate scene that the Europ Assistance Italia insurance company put on as part of a clever and over-the-top marketing campaign.

LG Makes Job Applicants Think the World Is Ending, Scares The Hell Out of Them

By • Sep 5th, 2013 • Category: Advertising, Funny, Latest Posts

Imagine coming in for a job interview, bright and ready to prove yourself and earn a living, when things take a turn for the worst and a meteor destroys your city. Bummer. While we do hope that no such thing happens any time soon, an advertisement stunt set up by LG in Chile has shown just how funny it can be when the people coming for an interview have no idea that the meteor they are seeing outside is actually a fake.

Powerful Ad Campaign Shows That Facebook Likes Don’t Help

By • Jul 1st, 2013 • Category: Advertising, Latest Posts

Proclaimed as one of the most powerful and moving campaigns of the year, “Liking isn’t helping” has won a Gold Lion in Press category at Cannes Festival. The idea is simple but daring – virtual things don’t count in real life and even a billion “Likes” on Facebook won’t help those facing crisis in their everyday lives.

Domestic Cats Photoshopped into the Wild (7 pics)

By • Apr 10th, 2013 • Category: Animals, Art, Digital Art, Latest Posts

Scottish photographer George Logan and retoucher Tony Swinney let’s you imagine what it would be like if your cat wasn’t just a purring ball of fur. As a part of “Big Cat, Small Cat” ad campaign for Whiskas, they created a series of funny images showing tiny domestic cats chasing after antelopes, zebras, elephants and doing other “big cat” stuff.

Discover the Full Story: What’s Below the Famous Russian Buildings

By • Apr 8th, 2013 • Category: Advertising, Architecture, Art, Digital Art, Latest Posts

To promote Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow, Saatchi & Saatchi Russia created an incredibly beautiful campaign showing what’s below the famous Russian Landmarks: Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Lomonosov Moscow State University and Bolshoi Theatre.

20 Worst Advertising Placement Fails

By • Feb 26th, 2013 • Category: Advertising, Funny, Latest Posts

When it comes to advertising, companies have to double and triple check everything they’re going to publish. However, that is where their limits of control end, and once the ad is released into the wide world, strangest things can happen. Check out our selection of worst advertising placement fails and feel free to share your own finds!

Hilarious Art School Ads Parody Anti-Drug PSAs

By • Feb 11th, 2013 • Category: Advertising, Funny, Latest Posts

The College for Creative Studies together with an advertising firm Team Detroit came up with an ingenious ad concept to attract students to their art courses. Instead of bragging how good the college is, they decided to use reverse psychology. The ads supposedly discloses harmful and addictive side effects of art, and is also mocking popular anti-drug campaign from the 1980′s and 90′s, put together by the Public Service Announcements.