Posts Tagged 'press'

The ultimate problem / solution mascara ad

Think of one reason why your mascara might be smudged… that’s what this ad is all about!

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The ultimate problem / solution mascara ad

Think of one reason why your mascara might be smudged… that’s what this ad is all about!

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Hands together for the EDF team…

Now this is a little treat, isn’t it? I’m a sucker for anything that utilises the ‘page turn’ a niftly little feature of press advertising that’s a little neglected, if you ask me. Of course, you have more flexibility when

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Hands together for the EDF team…

Now this is a little treat, isn’t it? I’m a sucker for anything that utilises the ‘page turn’ a niftly little feature of press advertising that’s a little neglected, if you ask me. Of course, you have more flexibility when

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Too simple for a car ad?

I like the simplicity of the ad. It makes me want to look at it. And the fact that there’s hardly any copy – it makes me want to read it. But much as I appreciate it from an aesthetic

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Too simple for a car ad?

I like the simplicity of the ad. It makes me want to look at it. And the fact that there’s hardly any copy – it makes me want to read it. But much as I appreciate it from an aesthetic

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Smell of jet fighters and punching.

Can you guess which brand used this headline? I’ll give you a clue – they’re social media gods right now… Yep… You got it! Old Spice! The whole headline reads: Don’t smell of knitting & butterflies. SMELL LIKE JET FIGHTERS

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Smell of jet fighters and punching.

Can you guess which brand used this headline? I’ll give you a clue – they’re social media gods right now… Yep… You got it! Old Spice! The whole headline reads: Don’t smell of knitting & butterflies. SMELL LIKE JET FIGHTERS

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A car ad that infiltrates the pages of a women’s mag…

Okay, so before I start this post, I just want to point out that I don’t have a strange obsession with cars – I don’t drive and I wouldn’t even know a VW from a Ford! But there do seem

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A car ad that infiltrates the pages of a women’s mag…

Okay, so before I start this post, I just want to point out that I don’t have a strange obsession with cars – I don’t drive and I wouldn’t even know a VW from a Ford! But there do seem

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Just look what you can do with a double page spread!

They look fab, they demand attention and they tell a story – what’s not to love about these Harley Davidson adverts? As far as I’m concerned, it’s the perfect way to use a double page spread. Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis, USA

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Just look what you can do with a double page spread!

They look fab, they demand attention and they tell a story – what’s not to love about these Harley Davidson adverts? As far as I’m concerned, it’s the perfect way to use a double page spread. Carmichael Lynch, Minneapolis, USA

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Inspired press advertising…

I saw this earlier and thought it was worth sharing. It’s an interesting, creative and relevant way to tell car magazine readers that you’re a Brazilian Motor Sports sponsor. Works for me. After all, what’s the point of sponsoring something

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Inspired press advertising…

I saw this earlier and thought it was worth sharing. It’s an interesting, creative and relevant way to tell car magazine readers that you’re a Brazilian Motor Sports sponsor. Works for me. After all, what’s the point of sponsoring something

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