Well, they would definitely turn heads! Designers create imaginative ads by including brand logos in unexpected places – from McDonald’s toilet roll to a Burger King crown for the Queen
- Designers from all over the world put ads in some very unusual places
- The snaps, collected by Bored Panda, show the Xbox logo cut into grapes
- A designer humorously printed Nike’s Just Do It slogan on a condom package
- Another replaced George Washington with the Starbucks logo on a dollar bill
While it’s not uncommon to see ads on billboards, train platforms, or TV, these designers decided to put their promotional pieces in more obscure places.
The bizarre snapshots, collected in a gallery by Bored Panda, have captured some of the strangest places designers around the world have posted ads – including Nike’s Just Do It slogan printed on a condom pack and the Xbox logo carved into green grapes.
One of the other concepts includes a Burger King crown on the Queen’s head and Mona Lisa advertises Colgate toothpaste with a big grin.
Elsewhere, the designers at DesignCrowd created a Kleenex ad printed on a chest, and a Tampax ad was along the side of a dam.
Designers from around the world hilariously posted ads in the most unexpected of places, including placing a Burger King paper crown on the Queen’s head (pictured)
The strangest designs also include Nike’s Just Do It slogan printed on a condom package. Pictured, in an unknown location
The bizarre snaps, collected in a gallery by Bored Panda, also showed a designer whose location is unknown recreating the Paramount Pictures logo on a real mountain.
Another hilarious ad saw McDonald’s, Nike, Coca Cola and Microsoft logos unusually printed on an entire toilet roll
Scrabble is a much-loved board game, but a designer hailing from an unknown location hilariously turned the game into a huge advertisement as they created every letter for a brand, including ‘T’ for Timberland.
Another designer, whose location is unknown, funny photoshopped an ad for Tampax super plus on the side of a dam
A designer who posted on DesignCrowd used his skills to make it look like the Xbox logo was cut into bunches of green grapes
A creative designer, from an unknown location, has created a window in the shape of the old Microsoft Windows logo, with the curved shape immediately recognizable to everyone
Another hilariously placed ad saw the Starbucks logo in the center of a US dollar bill photoshopped in place of George Washington
The Mona Lisa is well recognized around the world, but a designer, from an unknown location, changed the artwork to create a picky Mona Lisa promoting a Colgate toothpaste.
The German brand Puma is known for using an image of the animal on the logo – but a designer, from an unknown location, took it a step further and edited the logo on a cougar’s nose, eyes and ears
A designer, from an unknown location, hilariously edited a nude sculpture so that it had ‘safe sex’ carved on the stand, while the man held a Durex condom in his hand
The logo of the oil and gas company Shell is so recognizable that it is even noticeable when printed on a flower in a bizarre way. Pictured, made by a designer in an unknown location
The New York Times bestseller list is quite an achievement for authors to get on – but people don’t expect a promotion for it to be printed on a Bible
Needless to say, it’s very unexpected to see an ad for Microsoft popping up on bacteria through a microscope. Pictured, in an unknown location
A designer whose location is unknown changed a soldier’s army medals so that they were advertisements for Coca Cola, Microsoft, Starbucks and Nike instead