After years of blogging, I’ve noticed that people really love two things: creative advertising and sexy stuff. If you combine these two, you’ll get… that’s right, sexy advertising! You can hate it, you may love it, but nobody can resist that combination! That’s why we handpicked another 30 sexy advertising examples and want to share it with you!
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Have you ever noticed that most of the greatest ideas, whether it’s business or design, are so simple and obvious that you wonder why you haven’t thought of it before! As we mentioned in our previous article, Leonardo da Vinci once said: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”, and architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe adopted the motto “Less is more”. Even after 500 years Leonardo’s words are true and this rule is still widely used in design and advertising.
Hey Pandas, are you ready for another dose of creative guerrilla advertising? We’ve handpicked another awesome collection of guerrilla marketing examples that we are eager to share it with you. So put aside your bamboos, and prepare yourself for some serious inspiration!
Leonardo da Vinci once said: “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication”, and even after 500 this rule is still widely used in design and advertising. It may sound a bit contradictory, but simple things often require much more brain power to create than the most complicated stuff. And it always strikes you when something completely simple is capable of conveying so much more than you expect. Without further talks, let’s take a look at 26 most creative and clever examples of minimalist advertising.
Because of the popularity of our last feature on Sexy Advertising we are really starting to think that our magazine is being read by more than pandas alone as we (pandas) have almost no interest in stuff like that. So, we are happy to show you 30 more Inappropriately Sexy Ads!
It’s been a long time since we had our last post on advertising, so it’s a perfect time to look into the world of bus shelter ads. However, before jumping to the real world examples, let’s talk about it first…
Have you ever seen a cool bag advertisement in your real life? I mean those viral bagvertising examples which are now all over the Internet.
I bet 99.99% of you haven’t, but at the same time 99% of us have seen them on the net.
So, my question is – what are advertisers aiming at? Real people or Internet surfers?