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27 Incredibly Creative Print Ads You'll Love

27 Incredibly Creative Print Ads You'll Love
With how often each of us are online or using our mobile phones, you would think that print advertising is an antiquated artwork that no one pays real attention to. You’d be wrong, though. We found 27 of the most stunning or clever print ad campaigns out there. THIS is advertising. 1. Serviceplan Hamburg / München, Germany 2. Cerebro Y&R, Panama 3. DDB, Spain 4. DraftFCB, Germany 5. Y&R Paris 6. Buzz in a Box, Brussels, Belgium Jung von Matt, Hamburg, Germany 8. LG&F, Brussels, Belgium 9. Jung von Matt/Alster, Hamburg, Germany 10. Grey, Toronto, Canada Saatchi & Saatchi Russia, Moscow, Russia 12. Publicis, Singapore 13. Richter7, Salt Lake City, USA 14. DDB, Sydney, Australia 15. New Moment New Ideas Company Y&R, Belgrade, Serbia 16. Terremoto Propaganda, Curitiba, Brazil 17. AlmapBBDO, São Paulo, Brazil 18. Memac Ogilvy, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia 19. Texas Creative, University of Texas, USA 20. DDB Tribal Berlin, Germany 21. Brickman, Ramat Gan, Israel 22. MacLaren McCann, Canada DDB&CO., Istanbul, Turkey 24. Related:  A Level Communication and Culture

46 Stunningly Creative Ads by Science World Vancouverites all know how great of an attraction and museum Science World is. In recent years, in addition to its permanent exhibits and recent expansion, the museum has brought us some great exhibits from Body Worlds to the currently ongoing Science of Sexuality. Unfortunately, as reported yesterday, some of the museum’s Science of Sexuality ads have been banned from local bus stops as they were deemed as too saucy by some conservative pencil pushers. Not that it really matters, after all the exhibit’s life at Science World ends in just three weeks. SEE ALSO: 32 Mind-Boggling Clever Ads by the Vancouver Aquarium <a href=" Our Poll</a> With such great exhibits, it also requires some great marketing to get the word out. Science World: Urinal Cups Good news! Science World: Urinal Pucks Science World: Airport Security Science World: Seagull What do seagulls do besides try to steal fries all freaking day? Science World: Hairball Science World: Woofasaurus

23 Photos Of People From All Over The World Next To How Much Food They Eat Per Day Posted May 04, by Beej Rudd Marble Moahi, Mother Living with HIV/AIDS, Botswana – 900 Calories Munna Kailash, Bicycle Rickshaw Driver, India – 2,400 Calories Noolkisaruni Tarakuai, Third Wife of a Maasai Chief – 800 Calories Ahmed Ahmed Swaid, Qat Merchant, Yemen – 3,300 Calories Leland Melvin, NASA Astronaut, Outer Space – 2,700 Calories Nguyen Theo, Rice Farmer, Vietnam – 2,500 Calories Felipe Adams, Iraq War Veteran, California – 2,100 Calories Tiffany Whitehead, Amusement Park Ride Supervisor, Minnesota – 1,900 Calories Ruma Akhter, Seamstress, Bangladesh – 1,800 Calories Saleh Abdul Fadlallah, Camel Broker, Egypt – 3,200 Calories Curtis Newcomer, US Army Soldier, Mojave Desert – 4,000 Calories Din Memon, Taxi Driver, Chicago – 2,000 Calories Conrad Tolby, Truck Driver, Illinois– 5,400 Calories Mariel Booth, Model and Student, New York – 2,400 Calories Katherine Navas, High Schooler, Venezuela – 4,000 Calories Solange Da Silva Correia, Rancher’s Wife, Brazil – 3,400 Calories

The 10 Best Commercials of 2011 Many people groaned last winter when it became clear that Super Bowl XLV would be packed bumper to bumper with automotive ads. It's not a category that's exactly wowed with its creativity in recent years. It was a pleasant surprise, then, when many of the car spots proved not only tolerable but wonderful. Now, with the year almost passed, it's become clear that two of those ads in particular—Chrysler's "Born of Fire" by Wieden + Kennedy and Volkswagen's "The Force" by Deutsch—weren't just among that evening's best spots. They turned out to be among the year's best. Those two ads are joined by a third car commercial, Nissan Leaf's "Gas Powered Everything" by TBWA\Chiat\Day, in Adweek's ranking of The 10 Best Commercials of 2011, presented here. Elsewhere, the list celebrates work across a wide variety of products, themes, styles, and geographies. Congratulations to all the agencies and clients on the list, and the creative-services companies that helped bring their visions to life. 10.

33 Awesome Inspirations for Your Dream Home Each of us probably have an idea about what our individual dream homes would look like. Maybe your dream home would have a hammock ... or maybe an indoor slide that leads outside into a pool filled with Jell-O. You can have whatever you want, after all, it's YOUR dream home. But if you need some inspiration, here are 33 awesome things you might want to include in the house of your fantasies. 1. 2. All aboard! 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Too cool. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Tubular. Sponsored Content:Sponsored Content:Sponsored Content:Sponsored Content:Sponsored Content: What The Best Brands Will Do In 2014 Anti-Anorexia Ads Stun With Tagline 'You Are Not A Sketch' (PHOTOS) When it comes eating disorders in fashion, designers, models and editors can host all the panels and write up all the guidelines they want. But sometimes a powerful image is the most effective way to drive the point home. Star Models, a modeling agency based in Brazil, released new ads that use just two images each: a picture of a model in a fashion design sketch and a picture of a "real" model. Each sketched model is drawn with the exaggerated proportions and long lines typical of fashion illustration. The "real" models to their right are depicted with the exact same proportions. The staggering visual affect is underscored by the tagline, "You are not a sketch. As widespread as the problem of underweight models is, graphic anti-anorexia ad campaigns like this one have effectively raised awareness. These new ads from Star Models are less graphic, but perhaps equally effective. These ads stirred up controversy: Loading Slideshow Wonderbra's infamous advert.Levis. 31 of 102 Hide Thumbnails

Samuel Muston: What's in a name? If you're christening a restaurant, then quite a lot - Features - Food & Drink There is, of course, no road map to success when it comes to names, but I would suggest that the collision of the word "egg" and "slut" doesn't exactly encourage the appetite which, along with being memorable and snappy, is the only real goal of restaurant naming. Eggslut falls into that dubious category known as "quirky", a group in which the egregious Scoff & Banter belongs. This UK-wide chain, which offers "food with heart that feeds the soul", has presumably been so named to suggest a rolled sleeve, let's-get-down-to-business informality. In fact, it makes the place sound like a Leeds University student society. Less clear cut in the name game is the eponym. If you are Marcus Wareing it is just about permissible to call your redesigned restaurant MARCUS, even if it does sound a little Ceasarish, because some people will be visiting his establishment with the sole purpose of eating food touched by the hand of the great man himself. What are the alternatives?

Ad of the Day: The 'Guardian' Covers the Three Little Pigs as a Modern News Story Newspapers, we know, are under siege. Ravaged, in more ways than one, by the Internet and a digital age they failed to comprehend and adjust to, they're in a death struggle to remain editorially relevant and financially solvent. Out of touch, out of money … a joke, or at least a punch line—the future is grim. So, it's a bit shocking, then, that a newspaper—that symbol of supreme irrelevance—has delivered one of the most bracingly, brilliantly relevant ads of 2012 so far. On its own, it won't save the newspaper business. But the Guardian's new campaign, from BBH, squarely acknowledges that old newspaper journalism is dead, and posits that the paper will lead the way in harnessing every aspect of new media—and the communities that sustain and evolve it—to build an entirely modern news-gathering service, one that not only keeps up with its audience but once again guides them through the world they seek to understand. Media Buying Agency: PHD Media Planner: Toby Nettle

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