Creative ads on Conveyor Belts

Honestly, we can see ads everywhere in our daily life, such as,bus stop, elevator, street, building…. Not sure whether you notice or not, you can also find more and more ads on conveyor belt. I just listed some interesting ones as follow and hope you can find more in your life.

Milky Way: Conveyor Belt
Description: Shoppers were treated to a moving demonstration of a Milky Way bar’s stretchy caramel.

creative ads on conveyor belt

creative ads on conveyor belt


Zero Sushi: Luggage

creative ads on conveyor belt

Denver Water: Conveyor belt
Keep our rivers flowing. Use only what you need.

creative ads on conveyor belt

Western Union: Money Transfer

creative ads on conveyor belt

CASINO DI VENEZIA: KEEP PLAYING

creative ads on conveyor belt

Emirates: Moai
A simple idea to make it clear to passengers that there is a higher free baggage allowance with Emirates.

creative ads on conveyor belt

Rama Cream: Conveyor Belt
Rama Cremefine cream is so low in fat that you can eat as much of it as you like.

creative ads on conveyor belt

Philips Flat TV: Conveyor Belt

creative ads on conveyor belt

creative ads on conveyor belt

Looney Tunes: They’re In Town
The props with the cartoon figures transmitted the concept of the movie as well as the context of the situation. It is humor and intuitive.

creative ads on conveyor belt

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17 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    This kind of thing really bugs me… As if there aren’t enough advertisements everywhere. It’s a nifty idea but more ads is more headache.

  2. pepe says:

    An image of a woman screaming ” LOST” may also be appropriate for some airports

  3. Ads ads everywhere. But nothing worth buying!

  4. Borellus says:

    The first one is the best :)

  5. Karoline says:

    Interesting ideas and concepts. True there’s enough advertisements out there that’s in your face..but at least these ones will catch your eyes and make you say: “Hey that’s cool!” :)

  6. Jason says:

    I’m a big fan of creativity in general so I think these ads are great. Its bad execution that irks me. Thanks for compiling them. I’m bookmarking this one.

  7. bill says:

    pepe: lol yeah, I dunno, an airport might not want to associate itself with a show that starts with a horrible plane crash. XD
    Anyway, these are pretty awesome.

  8. Valerie says:

    I think the reason I hate ads to begin with is because most of them are obnoxiously stupid, and usually boring. These show a little creativity, at least. I can appreciate them even if I don’t have a use for their products.

  9. Chaz says:

    More ways to be invasive and try to steal our focus in our daily lives.

  10. Michelle says:

    Agreed. Inventive, creative, good use of space, but Idiocracy, here we come. And there will be an ad-covered net to catch us, I’m sure!

  11. Amy says:

    Wow…really. You people need something better to do than to complain about these ads. I think they are very creative. And what’s wrong with ads? People trying to sell their products, isn’t that what you’re going to be doing anyway?

    Get over yourselves.

  12. Jordan says:

    This idea is genius and most of them are well executed.

  13. Sarah says:

    Advertising is getting more creative as the day goes by. I would prefer to look at these ads than the conventional ads on TV, newspapers or magazines.

  14. Colleen says:

    Conveyor belt advertising is very valuable as modality to share businesses’ charity sponsorships, store greetings and ‘voice’ community service messages/appeals…it’s not just about brands. Just an idea!

  15. This form of marketing and advertising was such a good idea. I can’t believe i have never seen this with my naked eye.

  16. ALISON says:

    Gday! Excellent concept, but might this genuinely do the job?

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