(Image credit: Treebeard).
Just another thing, we aren't sure of the origin of its source & hence its difficult for us to ascertain the authenticity of it or whether really it's a fact or was just created for fun.
And things to avoid:
(Image credit: Jezebel).
(Image credit: Dailymail).
(Image credit: Dlisted).
(Image credit: Kontraband).
(Image credit: Thelondonpaper).
(Image credit: Funtime).
(Image credit: Funny-games).
(Image credit: Collegecandy).
Just in case if you can't, then see to that you don't get your images clicked or get uploaded on Facebook. One other thing least you don't do it yourself.
And with this post we concluded this year of blogging & wish you all a "Happy New Year", & thanks for the support you guys & gals gave us. See you in 2008!
Dec 31, 2007
Dec 29, 2007
Several adverts exist in four independent worlds: the world of the sender; the fictional world of the characters; the world of the receiver; and the real world of the receiver. Therefore, the goal of the sender is to push the product into the real world of the receiver. An advertisement seeks to create enough contact between fiction and reality, sender and receiver, characters and consumer, for the passage of the product from one world to another to be feasible.
Source: 1, 2, 3, 4.
Interesting Door Mats.
Print Advertisements Using Illusions.
Escher's Illusion: Car Advertisements.
Let us keep on dreaming of a better world.Don't you think these marketing ads are effective? Aren't they inventive? Do you like these? Given an opportunity how would you have improved upon it?
Source: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
50 Amazing Advertisements You Haven't Come Across.