Friday, 27 March 2009

Clever and creative billboard advertising

Billboards don't have to be as boring as National's blancmange offerings last year, as some of these examples demonstrate.

Miele vacuum cleaners, on a billboard near a flight school:

Kill Bill.  Crap film, inventive billboard:

Tide Detergent.  After a few weeks the background becomes progressively dirtier . . .

A "bright idea" for The Economist magazine:

Bic razors, in Spain:

Extra strong sellotape, in Malaysia:

Paint ad on a building in Columbus, Ohio:


Many more of these here. [Hat tip Stephen Hicks]

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2 Comments:

Blogger Clunking Fist said...

Whoa, that website you like to does NOT like Firefox. And there's me being all open source.

29 Mar 2009, 15:03:00  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Some may feel squeamish about eating it, but rabbit has a fan base that grows as cooks discover how easy they are to raise — and how good the meat tastes.

6 Mar 2010, 03:05:00  

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