Pepsi once did a funny Halloween ad. In the picture, a Pepsi can dresses up as a Coke can to scare people. The headline was, “We wish you a scary Halloween!” That’s not a bad idea, but Coke got the last word. In a classic.
Today we’ve been doing some archive browsing and ran across these print ads for Lego from 5 years ago. Lego is still using this playful aspect in their ads today. When playing with simplicity on your imagination the creative possibilities are endles
These trucks are a great example of how to push traditional advertising and make it something fresh and eye-catching. I think this might be concept work rather than actual ads, but the idea could be a great way to utilize semis, buses, and more.
To me this ad has to do with sex appeal. The asparagus looks like female legs. This ad is telling me that if I eat my vegetables I can be sexy. A good example of an attention grabbing ad. Great example of imagery.
Reprehensible demonizing of an industry implying they murder children. Tax dollars wasted scaring stupid people who took up smoking knowing it kills. Pay for homeless medical treatments with this ad money and save far more lives. Buy tents or something.
Lego Print Ad This is a super simple, yet super clever ad that makes use of a single image, and doesn't even use copy. It shows that Lego is more than just a toy - it's about imagination for the kids that use them.
Mummy-head statues To make them, decoupage head forms with strips of white muslin (a great use for old sheets) and then scuff them up by rolling them around in the yard. Hot-glue the heads to wood posts and add bits of raffia.