About the Blog / About Me / / Real Estate Recommendations


Suggest a link?

« Bill Maher's Real Time | Main | Quail hunting »

February 16, 2006

Coming to a post office near you -

Selling_ideas First Full Motion Stamps! created by the Dutch design studio Solar: stamps made of 12 successive frames of video footage. (From MIT Advertising Lab)

Many fine concepts at Gari Cruze’s Ad Blather: Basketball Nike, promotional FedEx t-shirts, salt & pepper Crackers, ribbed Durex

‘If you're trying to sell something, sometimes that can be humiliating’, from a grizzly bear, and other Miller auditions

Bad ads from the 40’s & 50’s, found @ Baker Kohn

We’re Happy Little Vegemites. (From Mookie)

The Ikea Lamp Spot

Women feel safe with a man who smokes

The cost of official propaganda during the last 30 months: $1.6 billion (53 million per month)

Advertising Coincidences, when different ads from different agencies are using the same idea or image. (From J-Walk). Like the previously-mentioned Rip-off ads

Emerald Nuts TV “oddvertisements”

Utter Fool and other Spoof Ads found on Google Images

A Large Collection of Unusual Ads Here

February 16, 2006 in Advertising | Permalink


TrackBack URL for this entry:

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Oddvertisements:

» Ikea commercial from Let Me See You Get Low
I wonder how much Ikea spent on this commercial? I for one don't feel like a new lamp when I watch it. Link: growabrain: Oddvertisements. [Read More]

Tracked on Feb 16, 2006 10:12:06 AM


Man, I love the Ikea lamp spot :)

Posted by: rikki at Apr 18, 2006 2:34:24 AM

It's amazing how everybody is now trying to do viral marketing. Like the latest Ford ad in Denmark. Did you know that 9 out of 10 aliens prefer Ford: http://www.trendxthemovie.dk

Posted by: Peter at May 18, 2006 3:49:32 PM