3 Best Innovative And Creative Billboards You Should See

Although most billboards are repetitive and boring, there are some companies that design entertaining outdoor billboards. They’re so unique and innovative that they can stimulate much more pedestrians and passengers than normal billboards.

Colorado State Patrol: Tailgating Isn’t Worth It – created by Amelie Company


Miele Vacuum Cleaner – created by Miami Ad School students Jon Kubik and Renee Anderson.


Cingular Billboard “Hate Dropped Calls?”


Time for Silberman’s Fitness Center – created by Silberman’s Fitness Center


Formula Toothcare – “Builds strong teeth” – created by Ogilvy & Mather


Pond’s Pore Billboard “Cleans pores. Fights pimples” – created by Ogilvy & Mather


Penline Art Supplies “Strong Tape” – created by Euro Rscg Partnership


Law & Order Billboard – created by Colenso BBDO, Auckland


Detroit Area Council Boy Scouts of America “It’s better outside” – created by Vessela Valcheva and Linus Parr


LIVE IN A PLACE WITHOUT BILLBOARDS. John Laing Homes – created by Richter7

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uneg-uneg said...

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signs California said...

Knowing what your potential clients want and the right way to capture their attention can help you get known. It may not be as easy as pie but if you do it right, you will be able to make a mark that your clients will remember. Thanks to advertising, people get to know about new products and/or services that can really help new companies. Thank you for sharing!

Danial Two Thousand said...

Creativity in advertising is a must like what you've mentioned. But getting a better rate for my outdoor advertising and fret about the design later.

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