In an age where we increasingly get our advertising either on TV or from the internet, having an advertisement you can see while walking or driving that will actually grab your attention and make you want to buy the product/service being advertised is requiring more and more creative thinking. With that in mind, here are some of the most creative advertisements that make use of entire buildings, to make sure they’re impossible to miss.
Given my fear of heights I’m not sure I want to live in an Absolut world, but hey, to each their own.
As advertisements for an industrial cleaner go, I don’t think you can get much more to the point.
I would really rather not be underneath that ad.
Apparently drinking Anando milk will give you super powers. I do appreciate the eye-warping ad though.
Turning a building into a calendar is one way to keep track of your appointments.
Now if I could get another ad next to it that had whiskey I’d be all set…
Just looking you’d think this ad was for Coops Paints, but upon further review it’s easy to see that it’s for Nationwide. I really hope the bottom portion is some sort of removable application and not actual paint.
Not sure what the actual company is (as my Eastern European/Russian is ever so slightly rusty) but the point seems pretty clear – check your gas lines to avoid explosions.
As visually impressive as Inception was, it seems fitting that it should have an impressive advertisement on a building.
I really hope Tarantino had a say in this.
And this is why I still love LEGOs
I like to believe that one day that’s exactly how you’ll buy or rent a Mini Cooper.
Both of these are impressive, but I think we can agree that the soccer ball is just spectacular.
At first glance I would have thought this was an ad for the new movie Tangled.
Neither of these ads makes me feel good about myself, but I do like how they incorporated the cranes.
Oh that had better be mud.
Great use of the revolving doors.
I don’t know what Vodafone has to do with fridges, but impressive either way.