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(see other ads from this series here and here)

More comment on current economics:


("Mission Australia" campaign by creamstudios)

"Cream Studios" brings us the Google Earth view of the Bible:


(image credit: creamstudios)

Human? Non-human?




(image credit: adsoftheworld)

Matryoshkas:



Bio- HiFi:


(image credit: creamstudios)

Nike: Hot Movement:


(image credit: creamstudios)

The Invisible Man:




Homo Aquaticus:


(image credit: Heru Suryoko)

Catching birds in flight... This image is pretty disturbing, but according to the creators, it supposed to make us aware about our environmental impact on Earth: (besides the bird is not real)


(image credit: ithoughtiwasalone.com)

"Don't buy exotic animal souvenirs":


(image credit: Igor Omulecki)

Using animals (apes) for the various youth movements caricature:





"Museum of Communism" ads feature more political leaders:



We featured work of Thomas Herbrich before, so here are some updates:



Stress Call Center, and a bug working inside the computer (familiar themes...) -


(images credit: Thomas Herbrich)

What happened here?


(image credit: Johan Visschedijk)

Very good work by Jonathan Kitchen:




Free at last!



(images credit: creamstudios)

Wash your hands! "You eat what you touch" -



A few car-related ads:

Bringing the Post-it Art to the extreme (remember our Post-it Office Pranks?), these Honda ads can be impressive, when viewed large (click to see full-size) -



(image credit: adsoftheworld)

"Don't Spend Your Life in Traffic":




Some kind of Russian robot is trashing "Accord". Why?



The chickens do not need to cross the road any more:



A lure of photography:




(image credit: Roger Hagadone)

In case you missed this ad campaign during Bejing Olympics, here it is:
Hanging Spoon Champion... Fish Slicing Champion.... Weight-lifting champion... - all "Not Good Enough for Bejing!" - click to enlarge:





A few viral urban ads:

Beer in bus, where you don't really expect it:




Here is an interesting billboard, teaching you a new language:


(image credit: Peter Fuss)

Even grass is not immune for promotional schemes any more:
(this one was done for the launch of the Simpson's movie, more info)


(image credit: thesun.co.uk)

Homer Simpson was painted next to the 180ft giant in the hillside above Cerne Abbas, Dorset - an ancient fertility symbol, which has been there for many centuries.

Profound:


(images credit: creamstudios)

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