Smart advertising is very important for brands, because only the best sticks in the minds of potential customers.
And the graphic designers behind these ads have certainly gone out of their way to create creative ads that will make you stop in your tracks.
They included an ad from Japanese car manufacturer Daihatsu, which marketed a seven-seater car as a “babe magnet” because it “attracts five times more women than a Lamborghini.”
The clever billboards were shared on Instagram page @brilliantadvertisements and in a gallery curated by Bored Panda. A creative ad from Indonesia’s Formula toothpaste featured a man biting the side of a billboard to promote teeth strength
Meanwhile, a creative Formula toothpaste ad in Indonesia showed a man biting the side of a billboard to promote teeth strength.
Elsewhere, Silberman’s Fitness Center, in Tennessee, advertised its gym with an overweight person crooking its billboard.
Here, FEAMIL takes a look at some of the most creative ads ever created…
The images include an ad from Japanese carmaker Daihatsu, which marketed a seven-seater car as a “babe magnet” because it “picks up five times more women than a Lamborghini.”
Elsewhere, Silberman’s Fitness Center, in Tennessee, advertised its gym with an overweight person crooking its billboard
While Chupa Chups promoted their sugar-free lollipops by showing that ants are not even interested in them due to the lack of sugar
The clever movie ad for Man of Steel shows elevator doors designed to look like an average man in a suit, but when the elevator doors open, the Superman chest logo appears
The World Wildlife Fund wanted holiday travelers to know that even though exotic animal souvenirs may look cute, they will have “blood on their hands or in their suitcase.”
This thought-provoking campaign by Everest Brand Solutions in India, titled Cemetery, was a stop-smoking ad that made a splash in 2006
Elsewhere, Dubai Autism Center created a smart bag advert that reads ‘Reach out to children with autism’
Guinness wanted to encourage more social interaction in the pub by asking customers to put their phones down while enjoying a pint
A Sopranos ad certainly caught the attention of passersby in New York City when a fake arm fell out of a yellow cab
While a marriage consultancy used this simple yet effective ad to reframe the mindset of couples