We all have seen ads and more often than not, we dislike them. Some consider them annoying, some say they are intrusive. We can tell you this that all such ads are plain boring – and that is what primarily brings about those previously mentioned connotations. Check out this ad about ads to see what we mean.

But there exist some great, moving & powerful ads – that is work of pure creativity (like we have a cult ad series of the Amul girl) . Here is a collection of some of the best ads across the globe:

(needless to say, the ownership of the ads lies with their respective creators, agencies, brands, <add another jargon here>)

 

Bic – using the same picture for both its pens & razors – simple & clean bic 2 in 1

 

Alcohol – sometimes it’s the answer. tadtop gyaan: it always is a solution.

blue horn lounge

 

Darlington football tickets – this world needs more such ads – especially now with the advent of wii / kinect / PS move, which give an illusion of workout while playing video games!

darlington footbal season tickets

 

Strong teeth – really strong – really really strong.

formula toothpaste

 

Gustavo gym – no need to lift weights. Beat your own weight, you’ll be good.

gustavo gym

 

Kansas state public library architecture – inspiring & praise-worthy

kansas city public library

 

another gym advertisement – hitting where it hurts!

long time no see

 

awesome minions packaging – taking full advantage of their cuteness

minions

 

Panasonic – creatively showcasing its facial recognition feature

panasonic face recognition

 

Pedigree – for stronger, and more mischievous than they already are, dogs.

pedigree

 

Pause – take a break – kit kat. brilliant.

take a break

 

Why choose to be fat & ugly when you can be just plain ugly.

tired of being fat & ugly

 

Viagra ad – It’s hard to put this in a soft manner.

viagra

 

A bookstore ad – literally minimalist.

bookstore

 

 Another bar ad – criticising the get-together that happen nowadays, with everyone glued to their device.

no wifi

 

 So, concluded, it’s not ads that we hate. We hate shitty, senseless & boring ads.

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