Rimmel and their marketing agency JWT have come up with an interesting campaign to promote their "Quick Dry" nail polish. The had a huge nail polish bottle pouring in the middle of the streets in London.
This is another good example of an ad for cleaning solution where a shark is eating the stain. This ad makes perfect sense and is very creative which I really like. I also like the sharp blue color of the shark.
I like the use of negative space in this image to best convey the idea behind it. Not to mention it makes the text look interesting. <<Negative space in graphic design is a whole other art form all it's own>>
This ad created for The Economist is designed with a motion sensor which lights up the bulb whenever somebody walks directly underneath it. Which could be disastrous. What if somebody walks underneath exactly as they're having a terrible idea?
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.
Inspirational - as you can see from this Coop knonsum ad it shows pair of lungs using vegetables, and tells us that you that this company has on all vegetables, this implies eating vegetables will make you healthier than someone who doesn't.