An outdoor ad for grill makers.-- Brennter
Just as the titles says, this is a poster for the movie Lord of War with some convincing bullet holes. Sao Paolo, Brazil.-- i believe in adv \n ...
Poster for Fizz salon by Interface Communications, Chennai, India.-- via AdPunch
An outdoor/transit execution for Duracell batteries in India.-- blogsome
-- Frederik Samuel
I am sure this one has been posted before but couldn't find it so there. This 25 ft. iPod promotes Columbus Aliva magazine and plays music by local musicians. It's ...
"For a annual wine trade fair in munich called "Forum Vini" Heye & Partner turned regular advertising pillars into giant corks."-- thank you, Tim
When it rains, mascara -- but apparently not Max Factor's -- runs. Simple. Similar to the famous "Pray for Rain" billboard for Playboy.-- core 77
Oversized necklaces on the streets of Geneva to promote Accessorize.com.-- adverbox
Miniature police tapes on the streets for ORKIN pest controllers.-- creative criminal
This ad on the bottom of a swimming pool showing a drowned child almost tops this decal of a dead woman. Love the look on the kid's face.-- ...
Don't know if they are real, but Adpunch says these are "government sponsored guerilla advertising campaign undertaken in London to garner public support on government policies in the U.K." ...
Decals looking like TVs were pasted around Mumbai trains to promote NDTV 24x7 (a channel, I guess).-- creative criminal
One of those anamorphic illusions painted on the sidewalk to promote Canada's cellphone service. -- doweirdo
Billboardom is back from the slumber and is proud to bring you the Ten Coolest Ad Tricks In Japanese Train Stations.
More at AdArena.
Small but definitely tough.-- Coloribus.
Everytime you miss the urinal a car crashes somewhere. Or something. -- all over the internets
Just realized I haven't posted for two weeks. Here's a truck-load of spam for you all. More soon.-- consumerist
A decal of a dead woman for Canadian Red Cross at the bottom of a stairwell in a Cineplex Theatre in Toronto. -- caffeine marketing
Nothing creative about execution of this billboard except for the fact that it promotes Ubuntu.
A whole series of these billboards at Coloribus.
Adidas filled a Copenhagen fountain with blue rubber ducks to promote its new store.-- Thomas Christensen
Cut-outs warning people about the dangers of walking alone in the dark in Mexico.-- coloribus