Because today’s high-tech and fast-paced world has made it easier to find and learn about cameras, we don’t usually find elaborate printed camera ads anymore. Several decades ago, people can only find information about cameras mostly in printed materials such as newspapers and magazines While most of today’s camera ads are quite plain and straight-forward, vintage camera ads of decades past evidently leaned towards a more creative and communicative approach. Potential buyers are drawn to a particular analogue beauty through unique illustrations, catchy taglines, and persuasive descriptions.
Many of these vintage camera ads are as classic as the cameras themselves, still able to mesmerize camera-loving people. Today, many vintage enthusiasts and camera collectors are looking for prints of these ads to include their collections and photography memorabilia. Why don’t we take a look at some of them now to see if they can still work their charm and get us to go on an analogue camera hunt?
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It’s good to be a man. It’s also good to have a clean-shaved face. However, it’s no good forcing yourself to shave every single day. Cause it may seem boring. For those who got sick of their shaving routine, we made this amazing shaving-brush called Brushman.
Brushman is a unique design solution that will make your shaving experience more fun and less boring. Once you get a Brushman you get a little helper. You won’t ignore it at a supermarket; it’ll be lying amidst the pile of other plain brushes and calling for you to try it.
Try it. And the girls will try you.
Kisetsu, The Four Season Perfume. Made for those who wanted a little difference on how they smell from time to time by using seasons as the concept.
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Artplan, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian Symphony Orchestra (OSB)
“Beardvertising” is a creative form of advertising, by a Kentucky based advertising agency.
Bayer AG was founded in Barmen (today a part of Wuppertal), Germany in 1863 by Friedrich Bayer and his partner, Johann Friedrich Weskott.
Coca-Cola Icebreaker in China by Leo Burnett Shanghai
Via Jay Mug
How laughter affects the overall health of human being? The saying “laughter is good for health” is always true?
Laughter has a positive effect on both the body and mind. Science has proven that laughter releases endorphins (happiness hormone) in our body so that well-being is improved. Laughter is also a great cure for stress – inhibits the release of harmful hormones adrenaline and cortisol, which relieves headaches and muscle aches. Besides, promotes physical fitness of the body, improves the respiratory system, causing a forced inhalation and exhalation, supports the cardiovascular system, stabilizing the rhythm of the heart rate and lowering blood pressure has a positive effect on the nervous system, reducing stress and strengthens the immune system.
“Faster” is a project of social campaign moving on road safety.
The pictures show people who leave the head out of the window of a moving car, the rush of air and the speed in quite characteristically deformed faces of the characters.
According to statistics, 91% of drivers exceed the speed limit. Excessive speed is the most common cause of accidents. The scale of the problem is so huge.
The campaign aims to show the public what happens to the human body when we are exposed to too much power.
Photography by Konrad Sieroń. Konrad Sieroń is a young generation advertising photographer from Poland.