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Awesome ads for Stihl out of Australia from the very talented team at WhybinTBWATequila. 

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— 2 years ago with 71151 notes
#advertising  #print  #stihl  #outside 

Heinz: Punch
“Mean Beanz.”
by Leo Burnett
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Heinz: Punch

“Mean Beanz.”

by Leo Burnett

via IBelieveInAdv

— 2 years ago with 73 notes
#advertising  #ads  #creative  #innovative 


The latest from Nokia’s Little amazing show.

Little ideas and lots of them.

— 2 years ago with 15 notes
#nokia  #advertising  #advert 


Tivibu - Don’t let the phone interrupt your movies.

Advertising Agency: TBWA\Istanbul, Turkey
Creative Directors: Ilkay Gurpinar, Volkan Karakasoglu
Copywriter: Ercin Sadikoglu
Art Director: Levent Yalgin

— 2 years ago with 39 notes


Lowe’s - Don’t Stop Improving

Advertising Agency: BBDO, New York, USA

— 3 years ago with 5 notes


IBM Ad Changes Color To Match Your Outfit

(Source: stepa)

— 3 years ago with 43 notes
#advertising  #ambient  #outdoor  #digital  #technology  #outfit  #color  #IBM  #clothes 


Amazing Ikea Ad

Advertising Agency: Forsman & Bodenfors, Sweden
Project Manager: Maria Bergqvist
Agency Producer: Magnus Kennhed
Art Director: Silla Levin
Copywriter: Marcus Hägglöf, Rickard Hallberg
Production Company: Folke Film
Director: Tomas Mankovsky
Producer: Joi Persson
Project Manager: Madde Otto
Director of Photography: Göran Hallberg
Set Designer: Wilda Wiholm
Grade: Chimney Pot
Offline: Thomas Lagerman
Sound: Ljudligan/Frippe
Online: Swiss

— 3 years ago with 10 notes


CoffeeCompany WiFi headlines.

Holland’s largest chain of coffee shops is called CoffeCompany. They wanted to attract more students, so they installed WiFi in some of its stores near universities. The problem is, lots of students just come into the store for the WiFi but hardly look at the menu.

So CoffeeCompany decided to move the store’s menu into the WiFi menu of customers’ laptops. They periodically changed the wireless network name from the normal “CoffeeCompany” to hard-selling headlines. So as students looked for a network, they found menu lines such as “mmm….YummyMuffinsOnly1,99″

Agency: They Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

— 3 years ago with 715 notes
#coffeecompany  #wifi  #headlines  #advertising 


The Echo Temple allowed users to play virtual musical instruments by moving their body in front of motion-tracking cameras. The unique musical experience conducted by the audience, was concepted by Mother New York, and was the centerpiece of Kyocera’s activation at Virgin Mobile’s Free Fest, a full-day music festival featuring Cee Lo, Patti Smith, etc. attended by 50,000+ people. 

(Source: jeremydwill, via jaymug)

— 3 years ago with 21 notes
#inspiration  #advertising  #technology  #creative technology  #brandcenter