24 Unforgettable Advertisements

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24 Unforgettable Advertisements

Why should ads be boring? Check out this collection of unforgettable advertisements from around the world.

Nissan Cube Advertisement

Break Glass in Case of Adventure. [link]

Nissan Cube Advertisement

Nike Cars Advertisement

Cars decorated as Nike kicks in Mexico. The front car carrying the ball. [link]

Nike Cars Advertisement

BMW Advertisement

“From up here, I can see BMW of Bridgeport” [link]

BMW Advertisement

Nescafe Advertisement

This picture of a Nescafe branded building is from Venezuela’s capital, Caracas, and must be among the largest inflatables in the world. [link]

Nescafe Advertisement

Nike Advertisement

Nike Advertisement

Nestle Advertisement

Creative Nestle billboard advertisement. [link]

Nestle Advertisement

Mini Advertisement

Mini Advertisement

Hopi Hari Advertisement

Hopi Hari Advertisement

Fitness Company Advertisement

Shopping bags given away to customers when purchasing fitness accessories or nutritional supplements at the Fitness Company fitness centers. [link]

Fitness Company Advertisement

Skin Cancer Towel Advertisement

“Please take care this summer” [link]

Skin Cancer Towel Advertisement

K-Swiss Advertisement

KSwiss Advertisement

McDonald’s Bus Stop Advertisement

Just what you want while waiting for the bus: that mouth watering, tantalizing reminder of how much you’d love to stuff your face with a 1,000 calorie burger only to be reminded later by your stomach it wasn’t the best decision you could have made. [link]

McDonalds Bus Stop Advertisement

Woodland Shoes Advertisement

Powerful idea for a billboard. [link]

Woodland Shoes Advertisement

Outdoor Stunt by Goodyear

Lovely concept, but I think there’s something lost in translation in this outdoor campaign for Goodyear. The sign says:

(front) “Your vehicle has been towed. Call 0800 081-8181.”
(back) “For sticking on the roads.” [link]

Outdoor Stunt by Goodyear

FedEx Kinko’s Advertisement

When coming up with an ad campaign for FedEx Kinko’s, the innovative minds at advertising agency BBDO were inspired by the streets of New York. The agency installed oversized bottles of correction fluid, highlighters, and, in one case, an office lamp, on the city’s busy thoroughfares for a couple of days earlier this year. [link]

FedEx Kinkos Advertisement

Peta Advertisement

The action is named ‘None of us would like to end up like this.. neither would other-than-human animals’ and it was done with four big foam trays, each of them containing a naked activist inside, and covered with a see-through plastic with a ‘Human meat’ sticker on it. The idea was to imitate the ‘meat’ trays we can find at the supermarkets and to show that we are also animals, just as other-than-human animals, we neither would like to end up there. [link]

Peta Advertisement

Ravensburger Puzzles Advertisement

Ravensburger Puzzles Advertisement

BIC Razor Advertisement

Bic developed this creative outdoor advertisement for their razors. The billboard is blank except for a small logo, but without it the advertisement might be missed and it acts as a good backdrop for the giant razor and cut grass. The only draw back is the constant trimming of the lawn. [link]

BIC Razor Advertisement

Mercedes Advertisement

Mercedes Advertisement

IKEA Advertisement

Ikea on Wheels advertisement. [link]

IKEA Advertisement

Canon Advertisement

Creative Canon outdoor advertisement. [link]

Canon Advertisement

Kill Bill Advertisement

Kill Bill Advertisement

LEGO Advertisement

Lego’s ad agency in Santiago (Chile) used cranes to hang giant Lego blocks. [link]

LEGO Advertisement

Discovery Channel Advertisement

Discovery Channel Advertisement

27 thoughts on “24 Unforgettable Advertisements

  1. Luis Peña

    A small detail about the coffe cup on the top of a building in Caracas.
    Neither the Pepsi ball in the adjacent building nor the coffe cup are inflatables. Both structures are permanent

  2. Luciana

    On the tire add, the real meaning really was lost in translation. “Para”, in portuguese, is often translated as “For”, but in this particular case, the translation misses the point.
    The translation leads the reader into thinking that the car was towed because it was stuck on the road, but upon reading the add in portuguese, it says that the tires remained on site because they were somehow “glued” to the road.
    The statement “For sticking on the road” really means “[In order to] stick on the road” or “[If you want to] stick on the road”.
    To give the meaning “For sticking on the road”, as stated on the translation, the phrase should be “Por ter grudado na pista”, in portuguese.

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