An innovative idea on a large billboard in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It really makes you want that ‘Heineken’.
A sticker has been placed on the high voltage box depicting that Duracell’s batteries were used. Cool advertisement found in Malaysia.
Life size images were stuck on glass doors at shops, airports in South Africa for the advertisement of glass and window cleaner I.C.U. The expression on the face is priceless.
Another creative idea by The Fitness Company. Heavy Weights were placed at various subways in New York City which creates an illusion that the person holding the safety bar is doing weights.
Apparently located in England. However, this is the only one of the ten that I can’t independantly confirm as being real (BIC).
Funny and a clever play on words - definitely more amusing than the other dozen or so “Billboards from God” dotting our highways.
This simple Ford Mustang billboard isn’t painted - it was actually created using a special type of semi-transparent material that blurs the scene behind it to make it look like you’re moving really fast, regardless of weather.
To make sure they weren’t upstaged by Nike or other rivals, Adidas constructed this massive 3d advertisement at the Munich airport for the 2006 World Cup. Defining this as a billboard may be a stretch, but it was too cool not to include.
This ad on the bottom of a swimming pool showing a drowned child almost tops this decal of a dead woman. Love the look on the kid's face.
The campaign for the HBO show The Sopranos comes to Russia (along with the show itself, that is).