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Say It Like You Feel With Interactive Message Tape


 

The delicate balance between negative and positive space can say a lot, especially when using these crafty alphanumeric display and analog dot tapes. rAndom International has teamed up with SuckUK to produce and distribute this tenacious collection for all your interactive labeling needs. read more »

Panasonic's New EVOLTA Batteries Last Longest



Boasting an electrifying 10-year shelf life, Panasonic's new EVOLTA batteries handily surpass the best that rivals Duracell, Energizer and the company's own Oxyride batteries can offer. Says who? Only the Guinness Book of World Records!
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One Clever Ad Campaign: The Divorce Lawyer


In Romania, lawyers are not allowed to advertise, check out this alternative used by a divorce lawyer in Bucharest. read more »

Music To Our Ears - 9 Clever Musical Ads From Around the World


Music plays a huge role in the cultures of every country around the world. Check out the following nine ads for everything from rock radio stations to classical music classes and hip jazz night clubs. read more »

Great Invention Idea? Doggie Dust Cover and Vacuum!


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Is Fido's fur causing you to fret and frown over your furniture's future? Does the care and maintenance of your pooch's pelt leave you pooped and peeved? Well, I've discovered two patents that address some of the hygiene problems facing dog owners - dog hair, dander and fleas - in unusual ways. read more »

Funniest Toys In Existence? Baby Bush Toys


The ultimate in crappy activities for growing minds, Baby Bush Toys reigns supreme as an Internet store that doesn't sell anything. read more »

Saying No To Abuse - 5 Powerful Ads Fighting For Animal Rights


Over the years, animal rights organizations have used some very interesting advertising to promote their message. Everything from bags to packaged people in parks. What do you think of these organization's advertising efforts? read more »

Shop 'til You Drop - Clever Ads Found at Your Local Grocer


 

Grocery stores are now a great place to advertise, not only for the store and the products they carry but also for medical centers, tv shows and even nonprofit campaigns. read more »

American Inventor: Who Is The Real Winner?





Every once in awhile, I run into a three-dimensional, walking, talking and, most of all, hard-working soul, who embodies the qualities that make inventors successful. This time it's Robert ("Bobby") Amore who, with his "Toner Belt," made it to the round-of-twelve in season one of American Inventor (ABC, 2006). Bobby just happens to be one of the few contestants from season one and two who has reached the mass market with his product... now being sold as the "Walk n' Burn." read more »

Great Invention Idea? A Snot Sucking Gun!


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Nowadays, the word "automatic" appears in front of almost everything we touch. Today a brief stroll around the aisles of most stores reveals a culture that can no longer, is no longer, interested in doing things the old-fashioned way: manually. Disagree? Then take a look at United States patent 6471679 . read more »

Strip it, Whip it and Promote it ! -10 Tantilizing and Sexy Ads


What is the best way to get your message across about lingerie and sex toys without the use of half naked models? The following ads, from Ann Summers, Blush, Stringfellows, Bus-stop and Oohtique.com have figured out how to get their message across without reverting to the predictable. read more »

Coming to a Movie Theater Near You: High Quality 3-D Movie Posters that “POP”


A company in Canada by the name of RabbitHoles has created a new technique of turning regular 2-D images, such as a movie poster, into high quality, full-color 3-D images that can even have animation sequences implemented into the photo. Check out the video of this new technology in action... read more »

Don't Kill Yourself! - Life Saving Ads From Around the World


Unfortunately, suicide is a horrific problem facing the members of the global community. Look how some countries are reaching out to their citizens. read more »

Japan Tobacco's Delightfully Disturbing 'Smoking Manners for Adults' Ads, Part 1



When a cigarette company decides to release a series of ads about smoking, the results are pretty much as you'd expect. When the cigarette company is Japanese, the ads take on a chilling yet child-like charm. Here are the first ten...
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2007's Most Creative Christmas Lights?

Instead of the usual tinsel, over-sized Santa Claus and multi-colored strands of Christmas Lights, Regent Street in London this year took a different approach.

Star Wars R2D2 and R2Q5 Soy Sauce Bottles



These Star Wars Droid soy sauce bottles add spice - literally - to your table while giving fans of the popular sci-fi movie series one more 'must have' collectible.
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Thinking of Others This Holiday Season - 6 Thoughtful Ads From Around the World


Not only is it the time of year for cheery holiday greetings but also for important charity holiday messages. Companies around the world have come up with their own ways to spread very importnat holiday messages. Here's a look at some of the best from around the world: read more »

DHL or FedEx? 6 Amazing Ads From Your Favorite Delivery Companies


How do you plan on sending your packages this holiday season?

DHL or Fed Ex ?

Check out the following DHL and Fed Ex advertising; maybe this will help you determine which company you should go with! read more »

Helping the Homeless : 10 Brilliant Ads from Around the World


What better way to create community awareness of serious problems going on not only in your backyard but around the world than with advertising.

Here's 10 great ads from around the world highlighting the problem of homelessness: read more »

Whose Bright Idea Was That? The New York Times Magazine Ideas of 2007



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They're not the best, not all the most promising .... They're not even the most popular. The ideas are not necessarily good ideas. They are not categorized by science, technology, or other standard classifications -- only alphabetically ordered. But the New York Times Magazine's 7th Annual Year In Ideas has picked 70 ideas just for your interest that have been percolating around the world in 2007. read more »