A series of brilliant ad campaign called “Don’t Measure Woman’s Worth By Her Clothes” is created for Terre Des Femmes, a Swiss human rights organization focusing on gender equality and feminism to remind us that the worth of a woman should never be measured by something like the neckline of her blouse or height of her heels.
The idea behind of this ads points the fact that for some people, heels of a certain height or skirts of a certain length denote that the wearer must be promiscuous. These “measuring sticks,” however, show just how absurd these measurements seem when removed from their context – regardless of what you think about someone’s clothes, the person wearing them is still a person and should be treated as such.
Beards might be a trendy sometime but in the summer time, it probably the time to get rid of it. Razor company Schick recently launched a humorous campaign called “Free your skin“, conducted by advertising agency Y&R New Zealand. This creative campaign features men who have animal beards. Designer skillfully fused human beards fused with cute furry animals to convery the message that the facial hair needs to be shaven off for summer. Did you get the ideas and want to follow the suggestion to “free your skin”?
agency producer: Marique Knight
talent photography: Troy Goodall
photo retrouched: Electric Art
The Christmas campaign of John Lewis – famous UK department store chain has become a symbol of the start of the British festive season. And this year, “The Bear & the Hare” is another wonderful tear-jerker/heartwarming animated film. It is about a bear who had never seen Christmas. As autumn winds turn to winter snow, the bear begins his annual retreat into hibernation to sleep his way through the best part of the year. The festive spirit is strong though, and his friend the hare is determined to give him a gift he has never received before – Christmas.
To draw attention of tourists on the history of Moscow, its architectural heritage and invited them to visit the Schusev State Museum of Architecture, Saatchi & Saatchi Russia created an incredibly beautiful campaign showing what’s below the famous Russian Landmarks: Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Lomonosov Moscow State University and Bolshoi Theater. The posters imagine what three iconic Moscow buildings might look like if their above-ground structure represented only a tenth of their total volume. This campaign creatively demonstrates that behind the facade of each building hides a story, and our knowledge of it – this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Saint Basil’s Cathedral