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Press & Poster ads

 

Going retro?

Only two or three pages away from each other, I found these ads in the same magazine. Could it be a return to the "old skool" style of illustration? Or maybe vintage is just the feel these two brands were going for.

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Holiday ads in full swing

This time of year it's not surprising to be bombarded by ads. But it seems that the magazines are heavier than usual this year. Full of stuff to buy and ideas to show your loved ones how much you care. But there's also a lot of different ads this year in terms of how they use the media.

Check it out...read on.

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Braun ad with a "different" statement

Flipping through In Style I came across this ad for the Braun Activator. After reading the copy, I'm curious about their target audience.
(read on)

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Le Tigre - Tattoo (Print) (2004) (USA)

Le Tigre aired commercials in the '80s saying "catch that tiger". Well, they finally caught it...in bed!

Click read more to see their newest print ad.

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Tag Heuer - Steve McQueen (Print) (2004) (US)

Steve McQueen sells TAG Heuer by staring at us intensly

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British Airways national pride footie poster

Everyone has football fever and British Airways knows it. Their latest 96 sheet poster is busting with national pride and has a different way of depicting the Cross of St. George.

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Santi - Italian Wine/Bitter Grapes (Print Ad) (2004) (US)

When the creatives are bitter and jaded, it shows in their ads.

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Sure active response - print ad - (2004) UK

Since we've been looking at how you sell Axe for men in the print campaign in the USA and the print&poster campaign in UK, I thought a quick peek at the latest Sure active response print ad for women would be fun. Read more to see it.

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The Economist - Poster - 2004 (UK)

Despite last years tiff with EasyJet, where the Economist reported an ad for EasyJet breached the CAP Code, but the ASA rejected the compliant.
The economist one was voted the fifth best poster of the twentieth century in 1999.

"I never read the Economist." Management Trainee, 42.

Meanwhile the easyJet one last year read:

"I would never fly EasyJet". George Smith – Management Trainee, aged 47

You can read more about last years case at MarketingLaw and see the ad at the MediaGuardian.

Here's some good news for all the fans of the Economist campaign, they're still going strong. This poster went up all over the UK May 10.

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Lynx spice up posters with Boris Vallejo pinup art

In the USA where Lynx is called Axe, they still seem to be running them surreal ads showing armpits with feet in dating situations. Meanwhile in the UK, the campaign on the same proposition is illustrated with ubercool Boris Vellejos pinup art and point out that all women prefer dry guys. Yup, all of 'em.

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