I bet this soap dispenser isn't anywhere in the States, but beyond that it's anyone's guess about what this is.
-- from here
The Italian Spot Anatomy finds this Russian spoof of Motorola's Moto campaign in dubbio gusto. The billboard apparently promotes tampons and says, in Russian, "MOTO CYCLES" (the pun sort of works in English, too). Don't know if it's real of 'shopped, but will put an update if I find out anything.
Speaking of dubbio gusto, they also have this billboard for Axe:
Ad Blog Arabia brings us this wonderful set of billboards for Skoda found in Prague. As they say, "The actual statue was covered from all sides by large billboards depicting.. well.. the statue, with the car added in. When you stand at certain angles the add blends in almost perfectly with the surrounding scene." The blog has many more pictures, too. We've seen billboards augmenting reality before: in this Amnesty campaign, and in Estonia, for example.
Volunteers are recruited through this very cool "one-man stretcher" campaign in Germany.
Posters in supermarkets promoting for the Che magazine in Belgium.
-- via AdRants
A poster in a soccer locker room reads: "Important! Think of your sponsor under all circumstances." Right. Always keep your eye on the goal and your mind on the paycheck. Love the attitude.
-- sloganmaker on flickr
Taking a break from billboards and sharing a few bits from my growing retro ad collection. The guy on the second one is indeed Ronald Reagan.
Kept meaning to post this for a few months now, so here. A promo for Kill Bill in Asia.
-- ads of the world
Cut-outs warning people about the dangers of walking alone in the dark in Mexico.
Adidas filled a Copenhagen fountain with blue rubber ducks to promote its new store.
-- Thomas Christensen
Somewhere in Japan, Ronald McDonald is learning the groovy moves.
Credit: art.reyu on flickr