Monthly Archives: April 2014

Creative Easter Trees

The Easter trees are a handful of twigs and sticks in a vase with colored eggs or feathers attached to the ends. These twigs originally served as a reminder of Christ’s suffering by which young people would playfully lash each other with silver birch twigs on the morning of Good Friday. Today ordinary birch branches, decorated with brightly colored feathers or eggs, are simply placed in a vase.

3D Art Ads

3D Street Painting is an anamorphic art, a form of illusion. Mathematical equations and figures are used in order to play with perception and show people three dimensional sceneries and objects on a completely flat asphalt. This type of art became very popular in advertising and publicity mainly because it fascinates passers-by in a way no other form of art or advertising can achieve.

Here are some examples of creative 3D art ads.

Creative Advertising from Norway

Norway is one of the world’s most advanced digital cultures, with 95% of residents using the internet at least once per month explaining why Norway’s advertisers were quick to embrace advertising on the web.

After Canada being awesome in a video protest against Russian anti-gay propaganda, Norway’s XXL All Sports United came out with one of the most hilarious ads against Russia’s anti-gay propaganda law – XXL Airport Love.

Vintage Sexist Ads vs. Modern Sexist Ads

When it comes to the portrayal and treatment of women in the media, we have come a long way since the Mad Men eraCulture, media, and laws have changed since the days women were depicted as too stupid to drive, vote or open a bottle of ketchup.

Yet, some advertisers didn’t seem to get the memo. Even today, advertising doesn’t try very hard to conform to moral standards.

Here’s a list of offensive and sexist ads both from the past and the present.

Modern Sexist Ads

Vintage Sexist Ads