Advertisements Using Mirrors: These have been our personal favorite & we liked the concept, idea & the thought behind these ads very much.
A really cool one which says "Personalize your post." This reminds us of a case study during our masters in business administration. Though it's a very long one, we will tell in a fewer words: What to do during peak hours in a shopping complex, which is mainly visited by women & there were many people & queue near the elevator leading to reduction in sales. Certain things to be considered: no changes can be made to the building or the structure to increase the number of elevators & all the other things. You need to find a solution with the existing model without any expense.
And the solution would be to install mirrors on the walls near the elevators, which will give something for the women to be preoccupied with & make the things smoother! Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using BusStops:
Playstation 2: Bus stop features boards with bubble wrap. Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Elevators:
A double-layered elevator ad which says "look inside" and when the doors open…Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Attraction Effect: This one has beautifully used the attraction effect for their products. And we feel that Axe deodorant has taken the maximum mileage out of this effect as we have seen most of their ads are based on this concept itself.
Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Escalators:
To advertise the wide variety of hairstyle options available at Juice Salon, the picture of a man up till his forehead was pasted on the bottom of the escalator & a different hairstyle on each of its steps. Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Poles: When there is a better use to these poles, then why leaving them look plain?
San Francisco Zoo: "Meet a giraffe". Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Swimmingpool:
Beautiful use of swimmingpool to advertise the environmental cause. Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Trees:
This advertisement used a cardboard guy & tree to show the requirement of public restrooms in NYC. Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Smart Billboards:
Here we have a Max Factor's Rain-Sensitive Billboard used for advertising their mascara. When it rains, mascara flows, but apparently not Max Factor's. Here is the rest of the gallery.
Impressive Advertisements Using Illusion Effects.
Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Pillows:
This one is of Ripley Insurance: The purpose of using cushioning was to give the sense of protection to the vehicle, if just something happens & perhaps to let the people know that the company cares for its customers & their vehicles & they are been insured securely. Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Vehicles' Exhaust Pipes:
This advertisement is of Hampshire Police, UK their idea to advertise on the back of a bus was a good one but in the planning it looks like they did not take into account the location of the exhaust pipe. Here is the rest of the gallery.
Print Advertisements Using Illusions:
Sony Bravia: Optical illusion one. Here is the rest of the gallery.
Advertisements Using Walking Billboards:
Walking billboards for Foot Locker in Germany. Here is the rest of the gallery.
Not The Usual Schools.
Second Skin For Your Car.
Vehicles With A Difference.
Global Effect - Then & Now.
Illusions Worth A Second Thought.
Jun 2, 2008
We try to find things which are unique, different, special or just simple & yet have a strong statement to make & which you may find interesting to read. In the same pursuit, we decided to make a collection of the best advertisements that were created using various objects we come across in our day-to-day life & yet don't relate them in a certain way until we see these ads. These ads were gathered over a period of time & we thought we would post it on the completion of our '1000' posts, but it looks like we couldn't make it on time. These are the 14 best advertisements using various concepts that we came across until now.