“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.
Samsung have just released their new range of high-end monitors: the Samsung Series 9 Premium Monitor.
Their latest ad tells the emotional story of Dan and his dog Buddy and how their world got turned upside down by an event which will not be easily forgotten.
Communications Agency Leagas Delaney Hamburg came up with this campaign, to increase the understanding and help raise funds for a non-profit group, which focuses on the lower level of carbon in the world and promotes the transition to 100% renewable energy source.
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2 spreads from the soon to be released REVS #7 BLAZE issue. A sneak peek to the collaboration with OLYMPUS for the release of the Pen E-P5 camera.
Following the past advertising posts I thought of putting together something about fashion, more exactly, about those creative bunch of adverts that challenge your eyes. Ads that distance themselves from the cheapness of the hoard, from the overuse of sex appeal to give value to their products.
The project consists of five photographs – portraits of maimed men. The heroes of this campaign have suffered painful injuries and they were burning iron, strangled, scratching her nails, have stamped his eyes and pressed his fists on his face. Imaging and very evocative of the different situation heightens the feeling of surprise, and sometimes even disgust among viewers – skin cracks like a paper, head pounding like a porcelain face is the imprint of his fist like plasticine, etc.
Until now, there was talk about the phenomenon of violence most often in the context of a woman – the victim and the men – the perpetrator, while statistics show that the phenomenon of violence by women against men is just as common. The problem of domestic violence on the part of women is ignored, marginalized, considered to be less harmful. Often violence against her husband will be ignored, because it is in terms of the perception of the majority of society. The project aims to demonstrate the problem and return to him that part of society that not even aware of its existence.
An innovative billboard design can be very hard to miss and attract attention from miles around. Check out these 15 brilliantly creative examples…
Billboards are the most common form of outdoor advertising. Large and prominently placed, ad agencies are continually thinking of new and innovative ways to use them to grab the attention and imagination of their target audience. The following brilliantly creative examples of billboard design do exactly that. Which is your favourite?
Black Tower Home Security
In a campaign for Black Tower security, advertising agency TBWA/Vancouver demonstrated that some people will take whatever they can get their hands on.
The agency lined a 10x20ft billboard with sought-after household items like framed paintings, rugs, pillows, and cookware on a Friday afternoon. By the end of the weekend, the board was bare, revealing the campaign’s simple anti-theft message: ‘People Steal. Black Tower Home Security’.
Sky Discovery Channel
This eye-catching design for the Discovery Channel was developed by advertising agency DDB New Zealand.
A working model, the design replicated a circuit board demonstrating how various different elements work – the wind turbine powering the batteries, which stored power until the display read ‘full’, activating the neon lights and finally the light box revealing the Discovery logo.