Here’s what you get when you combine an ad agency, #Akiyoshi Kitaoka’s famous illusory “moving snakes pattern” and home-delivery service provider. I can’t seem to ignore the irony behind this advertising message, but it’s better for me to let you decide on it yourselves. Meals on Wheels!
Trapping viewer’s attention, which is the main goal in product advertising is more often than not incredibly difficult task to achieve. While already sky-high, user ad-blindness is rapidly increasing, with no signs on horizon showing this will change anytime soon. However, one method stands tall, promising delivery – still being able to trap attention. Messages [...]
In what’s got to be one of the smartest print ad campaigns I’ve seen in a while, HBO’s hit show “Game of Thrones” was advertised in Monday’s New York Times using an innovative technique that makes you do a double-take. With the new season starting this month, I bet we’re about to see even more [...]
An excellent billboard campaign was produced by Mcann Bangkok few years back. I’m surprised it hasn’t surfaced our blog earlier. As can be seen from example photographs below, advertised color bleach removes stains pretty fast! From a distance, it appears there is a stain on the clothes, but as one comes closer, the stain magically [...]
Woke up today, only to find out there’s been a local protest held in front of the cathedral, “where gay activist assembled to protest against church and its determination on promoting its own views”. Activists are protesting by french-kissing and grabbing attention, occupying the central square. Then war-veteran associations and soccer-fan groups arrived, protesting against [...]
Perhaps not the trickiest of it’s kind, today’s art installation depicts human brains made from people. The illusion is very subtle, yet visually adorable. Shown is the dress rehearsal of the first human brain in a series of three, an “Idea Worth Doing” preformed by Rutger Hauer, The Dutch National Ballet and Amsterdam’s creative community. [...]
I’m really not sure what to make of these three photos below, but I know for certain it would be a hell lot easier if we knew who’s the artist behind them, and what his/her motivation was. Perhaps they were used in some sort of an ad campaign? Maybe for an art installation instead? Anyway, [...]
Have you seen this #Escher_inspired poster released by Etrade Australia recently? Titled Spot the opportunity, this poster was done by use of a tessellation technique. Tessellation is a process of creating a two-dimensional plane using the repetition of a geometric shape with no overlaps and no gaps. As we noted before, tessellations frequently appeared in [...]