Creative Curtis Tea Sketches by Victoria Dmitrenko

Moscow based designer Victoria Dmitrenko combine advertorial thinking, photography art and Photoshop ability create an exceptional series of ads for Curtis’s fruit flavor tea. With the idea of each taste as a tea service, these images had us thirsty for a brew and hungry for the kettles all at the same time! Love the idea, the subtle use of color, the intricate details and mouth-watering effects. Great work!

Creative Curtis Tea Sketches by Victoria Dmitrenko

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Unusual Toothpaste Ads Campaign: Giant Tooth with Ancient Ruins

Maxam Toiletries presented the case for their brand of toothpaste in ‘Civilization-Egypt’ and ‘Civilization Rome’, showing ancient ruins in the context of molar teeth. With the tagline of “Don’t let germs settle down”, you can see two big teeth with ruins sculpted inside. Got the idea, but I can’t say I enjoy looking at them, which is kind of creepy. Maybe it is just me, but I have to admit this is definitely one of the most unusual Toothpaste Ads Campaign we have ever seen. The graphics is impressive and the creativity is admirable. [source]

Unusual Toothpaste Ads Campaign: Giant Tooth with Ancient Ruins
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Inspiring Coca Cola Print and Outdoor Advertisement Design

As one of the most recognized brands in the world, Coca-Cola has run an incredible number of poster printing advertising campaigns over the years, all with different themes and styles. Working with refreshing and innovative ideas, Coca-Cola successfully makes himself stand out from all the “clutter” of competitors and other ads; and creates a brand image that has raised the expectations for advertisements and marketing. In this post, we rounded up some great print and outdoor advertisement from Coca-Coal, featuring some modern, some retro, vintage and something unusual. Take a look and hope you get some inspiration from these awesome design.

Coke Hands – Sharing a Coke [source]
Inspiring Coca Cola Print and Outdoor Advertisement Design
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Bottomless Elevator? Amazing Optical Illusion Elevator in London

Can you imagine in your local shopping mall, when you step into an elevator and find a giant hole in the middle of it? No kidding! South side shopping centre in London tricked people into thinking that the floor of the elevator has collapsed with the awesome 3D illusion, created by artist Andrew Walker. This 3D Illusion was created to prepare the British public for the launch of Alton Towers Resort’s new attraction – Nemesis Sub-Terra. The ride, described as “a psychologically and physically thrilling experience,” takes visitors on an underground journey through an elaborate network of caves. Really smart campaign! [source].

Bottomless Elevator? Amazing Optical Illusion Elevator in London
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