Posts categorized: Advertising

  • Too much Tango made me think I was a Ninja but I’m not. I’m just Gary.

    Tango, the orange flavoured fizzy drink from Britvic PLC, has launched a new advertising campaign that really caught my eye. While passing a bus stop the poster on the side read “Too much Tango made me think I was a Ninja but I’m not. I’m just Gary.”. I laughed, cos I’m immature you see. British… Read more »

  • Oogmerk Opticians Advertisement

    Do glasses have the power to alter peoples perceptions of you? Well this clever Belgium advertisement campaign certainly seems to. Superman would have never got away with his alter ego without his trusty glasses would he? Ironically I used to work in a butchers, then I wore glasses and started colouring in, now I’m a… Read more »

  • Adidas F50

    German football boot manufacturers Adidas launched the Adidas F50. This football boot includes the new concept of allowing players to ‘tune’ their football boots to any weather, pitch and personal style. The football boots have three interchangeable sections – the upper, the chassis and the studs. To launch the ground breaking boots a typically theatrical… Read more »

  • Clever Jeans Ad

    Finally I unearthed this advertising poster that I saw over a year ago then completely forgot it’s location. I’m sure you’ll agree it’s very clever, very minimal and very memorable. A good example of “Less is more”. At this moment, your bum is completely exposed. If it were in a sexy pair of Jeans, it… Read more »

  • Stroke – Act F.A.S.T.

    ACT F.A.S.T. is a new national government campaign aimed at helping people to recognise the signs of stroke, and act to save lives and reduce the damage caused, created by the excellent DLKW. A stroke is a medical emergency that requires immediate medical attention. This new campaign is both striking and informative, a perfect combination… Read more »

  • Anti-bullying campaign fronted by Joe Calzaghe

    Today sees the launch of a high profile anti-bullying ad campaign headed up by boxer supreme Joe Calzaghe. Calzaghe, a patron of the charity Beatbullying, which is behind the ads, will today launch the campaign by describing how he suffered two years of bullying that turned him from a “happy, outgoing kid who enjoyed school… Read more »