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Wrigley's - Mint flavored parking tickets - (2011) case study

Wrigley's - Mint flavored parking tickets - (2011) case study

Funny, I've always said that there is no bad advertising media, just bad advertising ideas.
"What about parking tickets? That's a bad media! Nobody looks at the back of them!" one of my pals has always insisted.

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13th Street - Decapitated heads as bowling balls / Bowlingheads

Jung von Matt are creeping us out with this lovely gory bowling ball set designed by spraygun artist Oliver Paass. The balls looks like decapitated heads in various states of decay, with the holes strategically placed where there's a nose, open mouths or a missing eye. Ugh! :) The decapitated head balls were placed in several German bowling alleys instead of the standard balls, and each set was finished off with a black ball advertising German horror TV channel No.1 : 13th street. Nice. Check out the balls in action.

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Lullaland - Goodnight hashtag Case Study - (2011)

Lullaland - Goodnight hashtag Case Study - (2011)
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http://www.handwerk.de/
http://www.handwerk.de/
http://www.handwerk.de/
 

Das Neue Handwerk / Das-Nue-handwerk.de - Workers Crack / Woman's Cleavage - print 2011

"More attractive than you think" -- what, this old crack? Yes, therein lies the funny. Or bizarre. Take your pick. The campaign for “Das Neue Handwerk” for Handwerk.de was shot by Marcus Müller in basements, car garages and kitchens around Berlin.

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Konzerthaus Dortmund - Classical music milk / Concert milk

Konzerthaus Dortmund - Classical music milk / Concert milk

Jung von Matt gets attention for the concert hall - Konzerthaus Dortmund - by selling "concert-milk" made from the milk of cows who listened to classical music.

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Help the homeless: add as friend on facebook via QR-code signs

Students Zorica Micic and Ana Hansel at the Miami Ad School in Berlin have this spec idea that you should be able to add homeless people as your friend, on facebook.

Holding up signs, with their name (reminiscent of the Hello Project), the signs say "give me a place in society" and have a QR code, making you able to befriend them in the virtual world.

Then they plan to build internet stations for the homeless, where they can log on and maybe find some encouraging words of support from their friends. "Because if someone is down, friendship helps them get up again".

Lets just pray the homeless people never meet anonymous or 4chan trolls out there, the internet can be a very mean place.

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Eizo Pin-up Calendar 2010 X-ray
Eizo Pin-up Calendar 2010
Eizo Pin-up Xray
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EIZO Pin-Up 2010 - the X-ray pinup calendar.

We've been mocking Cofanifunebri.it and their yearly coffin pin-up calender since way back when the owners wife was featured in it. Now someone had to take this pin-up thing a wee step further. Look at the bones on these ladies.....

EIZO medical imaging high precision displays for the examination and diagnosis of radiographs.
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Very popular among craftsmen but quite new for medics: pin-up calendars. At last, one that shows absolutely every detail.

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CNN Go Beyond Borders - Berlin Wall Tape Art Project

CNN Go Beyond Borders - Berlin Wall Tape Art Project

" The project marks the 20th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and comprises of 8 Street Art Installations telling heroic stories of escape along the original divide between East and West.

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Audi A5 - Suicide / Krass - (2009) :60 SPEC

Audi A5 - Suicide / Krass - (2009) :60 SPEC

To be perfectly clear (as Audi has asked us to kindly spell it out in big bold letters for non-advertising people who may not know what the word "spec" means) - a SPEC ad is an ad not paid for, nor approved by the brand that is depicted in the ad.

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Eichborn - Banners on flies (for real) - ambient, Germany

Eichborn - Banners on flies (for real) - ambient, Germany

Jung von Matt just invented flyvertising. At the recent Frankfurt book convention they attached banners to 200 flies and set them loose to do their jobs as miniature sky ads around the convention center. In German, it's called a Fliegenbanner. Fliegenbanner, what a silly word.

No flies were harmed during this stunt. But a lot of people laughed.

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