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This is how a great printed ad looks like

There are two types of ads in the world: those that you remember and those that you forget. For an ad to be remembered takes a lot of work and creativity because the modern consumer is extremely picky. Creating a good ad is like making a good song: if it’s likeable, it will be shared by people; if it’s not, it is doomed and in the worse case scenario the product promoted by that ad will be out of business.

In the following you will see a collection of extremely clever printed ads that demonstrates that you don’t really need too many words to describe and promote something, as long as you know what you’re doing and if you understand your consumers.

What is your favorite example? Is there an ad that influenced you to buy or use something?


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Bogdan is the founder of Top Design Magazine. You can find him in Bucharest-Romania so next time you want to drink a beer there and talk about web and stuff, give him a message.