Then and Now composites were created by photographer Seth Taras back in 2004 for the Know Where You Stand ad campaign for the History Channel. That’s quite a neat set, and an equally creative idea.
Shampoo advertisements show a magical effect on the hair of women endorsing them. Dove imagined the same, only this time, they put men in these advertisements with “lively” hair. Via TheAwesomer
For his series Sponsored Superheroes, artist Roberto Vergati Santos imagines how these popular icons and their attire would look if it was sponsored by corporations. If they really did exist, it isn’t too difficult to imagine how these superheroes might be aligned to some brand or the other.
Polish Winery Casa Mariol found a great way to promote its wine as a business gift, they sent potential partners and customers ink pens filled with the wine. They transformed their finest Cabernet Sauvignon to a consistency where it could be used as ink and write like a normal pen, except the added charm of […]
For an advertising spot JWT Delhi created this video for National Geographic. It looks quite serious and war like, until the Nazis get speaking like teen girls.
Thread spools act as pixels in this excellent advertisement put up as showcase for the Jawdat Ejjeh shop in Beirut, Lebanon. 10 people worked through three months to arrange 1292 spools of thread using 63 colors to create this display.
Internet Explorer is perhaps the most hated browser among web designers and developers, but sure it has been making steps towards development and standards. Getting ready for the new world, IE is advertising nostalgia, showing off stuff like floppy discs, walkman and yoyos for a new advertising campaign; some might argue IE is still stuck […]
Heavily tattooed and with a slight threatening look, these babies have been photographed as an advertisement for Playtex Baby Products, the pacifiers for this specific case. Life would be so much easier if shoving a pacifier into someone’s mouth could have the same result it has when babies get pacifiers.
Look closer, that’s no beard.
South Korean advertising company Welcomm, working on a campaign for Sony dressed up earbuds as legendary icons of music. Seen here, somehow creeping me out with their earbud faces, are Michael Jackson, Jimmi Hendrix, Elvis Presley and Mozart.