A few years back, New York ad agency JWT came up with this brilliantly creative campaign for razor company Schick. To illustrate "the power of four," they created a razor so sharp, it even shaves the hair off tattoos! Clever and creative.
Plug in and blast off with this intricately detailed advertising campaign for Celcom Broadband by agency M&C Saatchi and paper crafts by James Seet, showcasing epic amounts of broadband coverage in paper.
Bench Presses Advertisement into Bare Thighs: The ad agency DDB Auckland altered benches to press an advertisement for Superette, a clothing chain in New Zealand, into the bare legs of people who sit on them. They read "Short shorts on sale Superette"
Dont like to drink it but a fun shower-Sprite Beach Shower.The Sprite installed a giant shower that looks like a giant Sprite soda dispenser on beach. They are available on popular beaches in Brazil and Israel.
Guerrilla Marketing Papa Johns Pizza I almost could go either way with this one. It's funny and memorable. But because it blocks the actually view and the door would have to be opened to see who was there, it could backfire and be dangerous.
Dentist Telephone Pole Flyer With Tear-Off Teeth Dr. John Mullaly, a dentist in Muskegon, MI, came up with a creative approach to advertising his dental services by posting telephone pole flyers with tear-off teeth.
Maxam Toiletries ad for their toothpaste in “Civilization-Egypt”, showing ancient ruins in the context of molar teeth. “Don’t let germs settle down.” The campaign won Gold Outdoor and Gold Press Lions at Cannes International Festival of Creativity.
Guerrilla marketing to make people stop smoking. This harsh realization of using a fake pair of lungs as an ash tray shows the build up of cigarettes and shows how maybe even smoking a day can collect up and make a lasting damage on your lungs.