The Colorado State Patrol made sure its demand to have the TACT act (Ticketing Aggressive Cars and Trucks) would not go unnoticed by erecting a slightly distressing but eye-catching and attention-grabbing billboard.
The billboard itself is crumpled at the meeting point where a car is a very unfortunate victim of smashing into the back of a truck. The bold lettering “Tailgating isn’t worth it.” delivers the message perfectly.
Spotify Speaking the Truth
People telling you how they feel — out. People drowning their feelings in music — in. Show us your playlist and we will show you who you are. Well, maybe not who you are completely, but definitely what kind of day you're having.
The creative people at Spotify know all about that, which is how they came up with this clever billboard. We wonder what they would have to say about our favorite Taiwanese thrash pop playlist.
Reaching for the Straws
Seeing this billboard by Coca-Cola, one would think that the construction workers forgot their tools behind as a very long extending ladder sits resting against the billboard next to the bottle of Coke itself.
That is until one realizes the ladder is an enterprising way to grab attention as it leads right up to the gigantic straw dangling out from the bottle. It looks like someone got there first, as the bottle appears…empty.
Let There Be Xenon
Mini promoted its new range of cars with xenon headlights in a way that was sure to attract attention from far and wide. A full-size mini was installed on the billboard with its headlights pointing skywards. A very creative play on the phrase “Let there be light” was used.
At night, two powerful beams are emitted from the headlights, reaching high and bright into the night sky.
No Own Goal Here
Adidas spared no expense when advertising during the 2006 soccer world cup with their billboard at the airport of Munich. An astonishingly large poster of German goalkeeper Oliver Kahn stretched across from one side of the road to the other as traffic passed right under him.
With Oliver in a full goal-saving pose diving for a ball, this is a bold and unforgettable presence made by Adidas during the soccer world cup.