Covers left on the windshield of Smart cars in a public parking designed to convince people that Smarts are bigger than they seem. More at adverbox.
Since everybody is so excited (including the NY Times) about all those billboards on sheep, here's something else: "Fifteen of the woolly animals in Northumberland have been daubed with random words and left to roam their field - making poetry in motion."
-- Sky News, Dec.2002
Also, consider alternative media choices: dogvertising and cowvertising.
This billboard emits heat and melts snow to promote a travel agency and its sunny destinations.
-- ads of the world
So this bag is all over the internets now and some say it's not terribly original, but I think it would be a nice match to the Fedex t-shirt.
Lethal says, "This is a piece for Honda at 49 Old St, London. Designed to tease and
communicate the proposition provided by Honda's new Civic Hybrid, which is
exempt from the London Congestion Charge because of low emission rates. NO CHOKE is made from moss and wood, and was designed and produced by Lethal and Sally McCaffrey, a landscape artist."
Noticed this t-shirt on foreign blogs and couldn't resist posting it here. Don't think it has anything to do with billboards.
No, billboards for banks and financial services don't have to be boring, not in Turkey.
Oh, this is the work of genius. Why waste the precious steam coming from the manhole covers when you can make a perfect coffee ad out of it.
A recent billboard for Fitness Company, found by Advertising for Peanuts.
An older billboard for Sweetex from the archives.
An outdoor campaign in Italy advertising (I think) the Resident Evil: Deadly Silence game for Nintendo DS. Kind of like this zombie hands promo.
Auckland Regional Council painted palm tree shadows to show people what they were missing.
-- frederik samuel
A (perhaps adhesive) poster with a basketball ring and basket, via Coloribus.
Salvation Army used real blankets for posters so that homeless people can use them whenever needed.
A wind-up taxi advertises The Biggest Toyshop in the World.
-- advertising for peanuts
An interesting use of billboards' "doublesidedness" in this Saatchi campaign in Singapore.
Looks like remodelling bathroom doors is the second hottest trend in out-of-home advertising right after hacking urinals (followed closely by crushing balls). This is a good one, though. The Pedestrian Council of Australia made public bathrooms look like jail cells to convey the consequences of drinking and driving (don't-drink-and-drive billboards are a whole separate subject altogether).
-- from Frederik Samuel's
A small Windows-decorated store that sells computer hardware in Ukraine.