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Guerrilla marketing has become all the rage these days but it is nothing new - it is simply a twist on delivering a message, communicating a concept and selling something in a way that engages an audience. The best part about good guerrilla advertisements and clever guerrilla marketing campaigns is that people know that there is a commercial interest but still approve of the installation or innovation - even despite its corporate nature.
Politics of Photoshop: 15 Shady Edits for Political Purposes
Photo manipulation is not a strictly modern affliction: people have been editing images to change history and sway voters since the invention of photography.
Cigarette Advertising: A Vintage Look
moking wasn't always unhealthy, at least, in the public eye. In light of societal changes, here are some of the most interesting vintage cigarette ads:
1920s Vintage Ads: Marketing in a Roaring Post-War World
Advertising in the 1920's reflected prosperity, optimism, and total trust in the power of science. Here are 40 ads that show a nation sprinting into the future:
Provocative Photography and Ads by Carioca Studio
What do bloody severed bunny heads, golden pig-men and children in chains have in common? They're all featured in the amazing photography of Carioca Studio.
Old School: Vintage Ads We're Glad Are Gone
Take a quick glance at ads from long ago, and you can see how far society has come. From bogus health claims, to abusive images, here are 33 creepy vintage ads:
Making it Rain: Eco-Friendly Ads Disappear Like Magic
Advertising firms are always finding new ways to grab our attention. One Dutch company is using an environmentally-safe method to temporarily tag the sidewalks.
‘Clean City’: São Paulo Scrubbed of Outdoor Ads
What does a city wiped clean of all advertising look like? Like São Paulo, Brazil, which removed all billboards and other ads from every public surface in 2007.
Advertising Misinformation: How to Fake a Business District
A faltering economy has forced businesses all over the world to shut down. So how do you keep the local economy alive and attract more businesses? You fake it.
Word on the Street: 14 Fun Urban Street Ads
Advertisers take to the streets with ads that turn asphalt, manholes and sewer grates into surprisingly effective marketing platforms.
Stupendous Steps: 15 Great Escalator & Stair Ads
Ads in unexpected places, like escalators and stairs, can be utterly captivating when they take full advantage of the unusual medium.