4. Heineken Valentine's Ad
an example of a campaign that just doesn't work for me. I get the
visual concept. But equating the lip of a beer bottle to marriage is a
bit of a stretch for me. Perhaps if this represented champagne? I
dunno... Maybe it's a tribute to the love of beer? THAT I can get
behind, as I love my hops & barley concoctions and would happily
write my favorite beer a love letter for Valentine's Day.
5. Nutrient Water Valentine's Ad
I love this ad. What's difficult to see is the tagline: "Enjoy a longer lasting Valentine's Day."
I think I'm going to go buy a case of Nutrient Water.
6. Thrifty Rental Cars Valentine's Ad
I will then take the Nutrient Water, put it on the floor of my Thrifty Rental car and, girlfriend in tow... save money.
I'm not too sure about the message this ad is sending-but my sentence above gives you an idea of my take on it.
I'll just miss the room service that most nice hotels offer...
7. Post-It Notes Valentine's Ad
To be fair, I'm not sure if this is a real advertisement, or a pitch by an ad-exec. Regardless, I like it. A lot.
Post-It Notes have played a nice part in my love life, particularly
when it comes to little surprises. And the idea of folding one into a
heart and writing a message on it appeals to me quite a bit.
much so, that I'm gonna go out and get some. If I can master the heart
folding, I'll stick ‘em all over every surface possible while she's at
Then I'll snag plane tickets, get some lingerie, bribe my
cat to make a yarn heart, drink a bunch of beer, buy a case of vitamin
enhanced water, and rent a car with the intention of spending the night
And hope that I still have a girlfriend on February 15...
So what do you think of these ads? Any that pull at your heart strings?
SOURCE: Ads of the World