Inspiration gallery

Creative advertising | #392

Creative advertising | #392
Added byon 2011-12-09 Advertising, Inspiration 5 comments

In From up North’s inspiration galleries we present the latest of our findings from the wonderful world of design. Amazing high quality artworks in various categories from great designers all over the globe.

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Detecting pedestrians before you do
Detecting pedestrians before you do

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Aspirin
Aspirin

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Swedish Rail
Swedish Rail

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

No matter what, we know how to protect.
No matter what, we know how to protect.

Advertising inspiration

Miradent Dental Floss
Miradent Dental Floss

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

Advertising inspiration

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  • http://ryanlynndesign.bigcartel.com/ Ryan Lynn

    Oh man. Once again I wish clients would look at collections like these. Then maybe they wouldn’t always say “we want the product huge. Oh! and the logo. Also, it needs 2 paragraphs of copy”.

  • http://www.ericvasquez.net Eric Vasquez

    Pretty clever stuff! Well executed too. I really like the kid with the beard as well as a few of the other ones. Ryan has a good point that clients always seem to want to add as much copy as possible to their ads and make their logos as big as possible which in some cases can really take away from great ads like the ones shown here. I think that in general the most minimal ads with the least amount of extraneous copy are probably for products? As opposed to a service or ad for a tv show or something.

  • http://art-a-designer.ru/ art-a-designer

    “Sopalin” – cool ad!!

  • http://www.webdesigncreare.co.uk/ Daniel Nolan

    I love looking through creative advertisements and seeing the inspirational concepts designers have. I personally find it best when you get your audience to think about your design and message, in these examples this is often done through humour. Some of my favourites would have to be the Leica Shop – facial recognition, the climbers discount coupons, and the taekwondo school. Thanks for sharing.

  • http://www.logoonlinepros.co.uk/ Logo Online Pros

    wow! Such an awesome and creative idea to advertise your product like this way..