“Working sucks” seems to be a popular theme finding its way into several current ad campaigns, says Adpulp user, Tim Wassler (who kindly sent us this image). These two billboards are currently running on a building side in the financial district of downtown San Francisco.
Thanks to Seth Godin for seeding this image of a unique outdoor board from Bloom, a Food Lion concept store aimed at providing a “simple, uncomplicated and hassle-free shopping experience.”
Steve Hall at Adrants brings us this awesome out-of-home juxtaposition.
Bumper sticker courtesy of Idea Mill
Weblogs, Inc.’s Design Blog brings us this board from New Zealand
An ad can never say it all. Of course, clients often want to break this cardinal rule, because they have so many important (to them only) things to say. Thanks to Flickr user, Fachtopia for the image.
I’m not sure what devotional candles have to do with the X-Games, but the candles do make for some interesting out of home executions. Thanks to Flickr user, cybele-la for the image.
Dooce posted this outdoor board to her Flickr page. At first, I figured Utah Brides must be some kind of mail order service like they have in Russia. It’s not. What it is, is Behive State ingenuity.
Yesterday, we reported on Target’s OBIE-winning image-only outdoor. Today, we show another OBIE winner. This time the win is about context