This anti pepsi ad is a great example of semantic memory. You automatically know that this is the pepsi logo because of brand awareness. This shows that soft drinks such as this can make you fat so you must be careful what you put into your body.
// What a awesome idea! Showers that look and function like giant Sprite dispensers were installed on popular beaches in Brazil and Israel. The eye-catching showers reminded people of the refreshing power of Sprite.
Guitar Urinal - Today in awesome: A Brazilian company called Guitar Pee has created a musical urinal that turns your stream into a solo. When your flow hits the tabs in the urinal, prerecorded, solo guitar sounds play. New meaning to the word Guitar Wiz
Quick hit for Friday. I saw this outdoor ad for Kit Kat and wanted to share it. The ad is a park bench disguised as a giant Kit Kat bar, with the line "Have a break. Have a Kit Kat." It is a great idea and I like the execution of the ad, as the…
Funny pictures about I will never see the Arc de Triomphe the same way again. Oh, and cool pics about I will never see the Arc de Triomphe the same way again. Also, I will never see the Arc de Triomphe the same way again photos.
In this McDonald's ad it shows the McDonald's logo (M) made of 2 rings (either engagement rings or wedding rings) and the message in the upper right corner says 'Yes, I do.' and the message one the left ring says 'I'm lovin' it'
Guerrilla marketing to make people stop smoking. This harsh realization of using a fake pair of lungs as an ash tray shows the build up of cigarettes and shows how maybe even smoking a day can collect up and make a lasting damage on your lungs.