Cool, I don’t think it would fly though. It’s hard to sell a service as, “naukri.com, a service for the homeless”. In any case I believe this is a student project.
Some one in their ad department knows what they’re doing. But maybe more importantly, somewhere there is a manager who actually gets the designer’s ideas, and let’s it happen.
Is anyone else sick of all the low effort sex related ads being posted here, just because the OP is trying to make a joke about the porn part of the sub name?
This isn’t just a random sign Lidl put out in front of tesco. It is a normal [billboard](http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f7/Jcdecaux_aussenwerbung_IMGP4618_wp.jpg) which is owned by a random company unrealeted to tesco. I don’t think this company cares what tesco thinks about this advert because tesco could do
> Why does it have to scale down. Your graph has it from “scaled down” where it looks just fine to about the size of my pinky nail. The majority of logo applications (applications = logo on things) are actually pretty small. Think of
I think the reason that I didn’t mind (most) of the ads in my old magazine subscriptions is because they were typically very topical and expository. If I was reading *PCGamer* I didn’t mind seeing an ad telling me about a new game coming
This was a standard date for me back in the late ’90s and early 2000’s. I had an annual pass and so did a lot of girls I dated. Annual pass holders were give three free passes every few months, so not having a
I remember that. The low-budget workaround, for us high school sophomores that summer, was to spritz lemon juice on your hair and then lie out in the sun. It didn’t work. We resolutely failed to look like breezy California blondes, and instead continued to
I imagine this works well in densely populated urban centers. Great idea
Then it wouldn’t appeal to as wide of an audience. You see, I’m a vodka drinker myself, “flirt vodka” is not some top shelf vodka, the name, this ad and the design of the bottle all vouch for this. This is vodka for the
“Esso” is the phonetic version of “S O” for Standard Oil. In 1972, in the US, it was replaced by Exxon. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Esso
there’s a lot of different books and guidelines, it really depends what your platform is and how you’re judging success. Web properties are easy enough to track for transactional ROI and impressions, but that doesn’t always translate to business objectives. The common problem in
I have no idea what’s going on with the front tire there. Is that a colander? And why would two kids make a fake bike with only one seat?
[Reminds me of when poor Space Ghost had to kill Banjo his Sea Monkey when it started attacking.](http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boc5JfvtB28) The best part is the last frame: “In Memory of Banjo. September 23rd, 11:00pm – 11:15pm”. My Sea Monkeys didn’t live much longer than that.
What are those, just little nubs to piss into? they look like speed pourers from liquor bottles
just think of all the snacks you could put in there!
Someone linked a behind the scenes video a while back with Canadian McDonalds which talked about how they made their burgers more appealing in a photo, while using only real ingredients. It was a good watch. Gimme a sec. FOund it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSd0keSj2W8
For anyone thinking the same as me: here’s a flamethrower vs fire extinguisher: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ILA1ic-Q8_E
I have left reddit for [Voat](https://voat.co/) due to years of admin mismanagement and preferential treatment for certain subreddits and users holding certain political and ideological views. The situation has gotten especially worse since the appointment of Ellen Pao as CEO, culminating in the seemingly
This one isn’t so bad I guess… at least the woman looks like an adult. You want to talk about creepy vintage ads? [Here’s that ad turned up to 11.](http://demilked.uuuploads.com/vintage-ads-that-would-be-banned-today/Vintage-Ads-Innocence.jpg)