The best way to prove competency in a field is to show a working sample of your work to the client. GGRP wanted to show off their sound engineering capabilities so they contacted ‘Grey Canada’ which is an ad agency located in Vancouver, Canada.
They then created a record player from a piece of corrugated cardboard that folded into an envelope. Once assembled, a record can be spun on the player with a pencil. The vibrations go trough the needle and are amplified in the cardboard material. (See image below) This was then sent out to creative directors across North America
Cardboard Record Player
Source: Ads of the World.
Shoppers Stop has some really nice advertisements. So I took pics and wanted to share them with you. Although what they have to do with Shoppers Stop is still a mystery to me but they are certainly eye catching and memorable so I guess they server their purpose.
I had blogged about their advertisements earlier.
Saw this one when driving into the parking at Great India Place Mall in Noida. Found it funny.
Saw this one at the IndiJoe’s (or is it IndeJoe’s) restaurant in Bangalore when I went there for dinner. It made me laugh.
Following are a couple of advertisements I found online that I really liked. Don’t really remember where I found them so can’t credit the source.
So without further ado here goes:
Alcohol creates new realities
A good use for Post-it’s…
Its a good idea to check everything…
This is all for now. If you have found any other interesting advertisements let me know in the comments or via email.
Saw this on the 49th street subway station in NYC:
Its one of the more interesting advertisements I have seen in the City.