It’s an interesting challenge to try and visually bring to life the idea that better speakers offer more clarity and more depth to the sound of music, than cheaper ones. But that’s exactly what Bleublancrouge did for this print campaign for Moog Audio. In each execution we see beautiful illustrations of all the noises one might hear in a song, with a speaker that only allows one of those ‘noises’ out.
Such a smart way to solve this problem and so well illustrated! Check the campaign out below.
Wow! These are amazing! Memac Ogilvy created these incredible print ads for Coca-Cola, which if you look closely use crowd shots that look almost exactly like the bubbles in Coke!
Such a beautifully art directed and edited film from director Luca Finotti! Inspired by nothing but a T-shirt with the Versace logo on it, this film is the fit perfect for Valentine’s Day.
Check it out below:
If you need to advertise an outdoor apparel company there are some standard things you can do – beautiful photographs of mountains, forests and streams or images of people ‘conquering’ the outdoors – but what if you take a different angle on it?
That’s exactly what Brad Advertising did – using the line: Weird things happen when you spend too much time indoors. What a great insight!
Then, to make the idea even more fun, they used a great illustration style and some really ridiculous situations to bring this idea to life.
We love it!
Such a great campaign by TBWA Zurich! McDonald’s Switzerland was launching a new app and to announce it – a print campaign was created where iconic McDonald’s menu items were illustrated as app icons.
Simple, smart and memorable – just the way we like it!
We love this poster by Ogilvy South Africa for World AIDS Day. The idea of using the condom motif as an eraser is so smart!
It’s executions like this that remind us all how powerful print can be when trying to deliver a targeted advertising message.
Such great art direction in this print campaign by KBS Montreal for the Dairy Farmers of Canada. They’ve taken a fairly simple (and honestly not incredibly exciting) message and turned it into something much more engaging. With the idea that dairy products are a source of protein and therefore can help people get stronger, they created fantastical tableaus using dairy product shapes, with ‘strong’ people using them.
Such a clever answer to this problem!