Lego is a household name all over the world and being a toy company, they get to have the most fun with their billboards out of the brands.
Tailoring the poster specifically to its location, they created a pixeled, lego-like image of the road, bus stop, and trees. They, of course, added a touch of imagination, as this is what Legos are all about.
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While Netflix is one of the biggest streaming services in the world, it is rumored that more and more millennials are ditching it for its competitors. In order to try and appeal to the younger generation, they put up this sign urging us to never give up our dreams, reminding us that they started out by mailing DVDs.
The streaming giant must have a huge advertising budget, but was it put to good use in this case? We are still undecided.
We never thought we'd put the words "drinkable" and "billboard" together, yet here we are. Everyone knows what Coca-Cola tastes like, yet there's nothing that puts a brand in a positive light more than freebies.
In an attempt to get more people to try Coke Zero, this billboard actually shot the drink into a drinking fountain using a giant straw that spells out "Taste it."
A Pretty Penny
The idea behind this one was simple: the image of the car will be made of pennies equal to the amount of money you'd need in order to buy it, proving the car to be affordable. But many people saw this as a chance to get free money, and in a few days' time, the ad was completely bare.
Was this done on purpose or not? Either way, this campaign surely generated a lot of buzz for the brand.
Just like many other brands that have made this exclusive list, Axe is also well-known for its powerful and efficient advertising. This time, they outdid themselves, printing out an ad that looks like a calendar, using the building's pre-existing windows to signify potential dates you'll score if you wear Axe.
Intelligent wordplay and imaginative use of the environment? This ad truly has it all.