Ads are everywhere, even if you don't pay attention to them. But sometimes, you get a very interesting and smart ad "catch your soul" and want to watch it again and again at any cost.
Most of the current advertisements make people frustrated and unavoidable. According to advertising agency Red Crow Marketing, an average person living in the city 30 years ago will see about 2,000 advertising messages a day, compared to the current number of 4,000 to 10,000.
Here are 24 creative, charismatic, clear messages from well-known companies like Volkswagen, McDonald's, FedEx and Apple.
Instead of straightening the image of the soap into advertising, Life Bouy turns a pug dog into a pillow of bread to emphasize the importance of washing hands before eating: "You eat what you have touched" .
Bose takes the noise canceling feature to a whole new level when it launches a promotional image of this boatman. As you can see, Bose wants people to pay attention to the sound quality of their made headphones, instead of paying too much attention to their looks.
The advertising of McDonald's super-large coffee cup is too big to fit into two pages, except for some coffee stains in the four corners.
Orbit uses images of animals crying to advertise … their chewing gum. "Don't leave lunch for breakfast."
Coffee of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam uses a picture of a coffee cup with a broken straps to refer to the fact that the Dutch artist cut his ears when tortured.
Kraft advertised that their product was so rich in calcium that mice ingested would have strong skeletons that would break the iron trap. "Adding calcium to bones is stronger."
Timotei hair care products are so good that they can tame … lion mane.
Eurostar advertises its rail service between Paris and London with a monstrous caricature of a British bodyguard. "London was in the summer."
DHL uses a plastic book page to demonstrate the speed of its fast shipping in Asia.
Another Bose ad, also about noise canceling headphones: just put on headphones, the whole world will be quiet like a silent movie.
Apple's MacBook Pro 2007 is thinner than most laptops of the time, and it cleverly turned two pages of magazines into this laptop, meaning "paper-thin".
FedEx, like DHL, wants to smartly advertise its global shipping capabilities, so they come up with this idea: ship from the US to Brazil is as fast as bringing goods from your home to a neighbor's house. .
Lazer's bicycle helmet is so good that when an accident happens, even if your friend has to pack white powder, your head won't have any problems!
WMF, the maker of German kitchen tools, uses two magazine pages to show how sharp the knives are.
Sedex, a supplier of goods, uses the image below to describe the speed of shipping your goods: "Believe us. We deliver goods very quickly" (The pan will ship to the place before the eggs will fall. ).
Volkswagen is famous for its unmatched advertisements, using the image of a mountain goat (a climbing animal in difficult terrain) with its clipped fur like a poodle (a pet in the city). implying their car despite all terrain. "Touareg. Luxury off-road".
Heinz chili sauce is so hot that it burns all fried potatoes.
Chupa Chups advertises its sugar-free lollipop by using images to even ants who like sugar – ignoring it.
Italian automaker Fiat brought an urban family home to play with the slogan "We should go to the countryside regularly (with Fiat cars)" (Italy talks about the countryside to get acquainted with nature, unlike family In the city, the squirrels are also afraid.
Glassex glass cleaner makes glass so clear that it is like an illusion.
Faber-Castell's crayons are so authentic that you won't be able to tell the difference.
Softlan fabric softener advertisement: what if wrestling is so fragrant?
Listermint mouthwash brand uses the image of a pastor with a breath that is not very fragrant to highlight the importance of keeping your mouth clean.
The brand of oral care for Tetra dogs says that Tetra-free dogs will have bad breath like …