Fuck yeah, Advertising!

24 Dec 2013

weirdvintage:

Flip n’ Style Hairdryer ad from ‘Teen magazine, 1972 (via vintage-ads)

weirdvintage:

Flip n’ Style Hairdryer ad from ‘Teen magazine, 1972 (via vintage-ads)

7 Dec 2013

karenhurley:

Advertising Agency: KING, Stockholm, Sweden Via

7 Dec 2013

karenhurley:

1 in 3 children of offenders will become offenders. Help us break the cycle. Childrenoffenders.com Ads by Rethink

(Source: yoannmichaux)

6 Jul 2013

adteachings:

More good radio.

Source: Ads of the World

Advertising Agency: M&C Saatchi Abel, Cape Town, South Africa
Chief Creative Officer / Creative Director: Gordon Ray
Copywriter: Josh De Kock
Agency Producers:: Bronwyn Henry, Sarah Matthes
Sound Studio: We Love Jam
Sound Engineer: Arnold Vermaak
Published: June 2013

6 Jul 2013

adteachings:

At first I thought, “What does this have to do with beer?” But by the end, I was sold. A beautiful story, beautifully told.

Source: Ads of the World

Advertising Agency: OwenKessel, Johannesburg, South Africa
Executive Creative Director: Donovan Bryan
Producer: Helen d’Hotman
Creative Director: Mike Cook
Copywriter: Stephanie Larsen
Art Director: Pamela Turner
Director: Greg Gray / Velocity Films
Cinematographer: Paul Gilpin
Editor: Ricky Boyd / Deliverance
Aired: July 2013

30 May 2013

popculturebrain:

NY PBS Creates Ads With Fake Reality Shows | EW

20 Apr 2013

the-full-grohac:

urdchama:

foodnun:

DAMN

ohoSNAP.

This is an amazing campaign. 

(Source: solsticeretouch)

22 Mar 2013

helloyoucreatives:

This Tattoo studio comes up with innovative print ad.

(Source: advoice)

22 Jan 2013

22 Jan 2013

theagencylimited:

Nivea have smoothed out their identity.

Although a circle version of the logo has been used before, and is currently what’s on the Nivea website, it is not officially the sole logo: Try a Google Image Search for Nivea logo and wince in pain. On its current range of products the Nivea wordmark is delivered in a rectangle with an unflattering curve with cheap gradients hanging from the bottom. The idea of establishing a single logo is not just good but much needed. Basing it on the iconic tin can is the perfect rallying cry for the company to adopt it and stick with it. It’s unfortunate that the kerning wasn’t fixed, you can put a whole body lotion bottle between the “NI” pair. It’s a tricky word to kern, but I am sure it could have been tweaked…