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Great Guerilla Advertising (Part 2)

Follow-up of the “Great Guerilla Advertising” article on funnymos. Simple and yet brilliant guerilla ads that guarantee a buzz. With a good idea, you don’t need a big budget to make yourself known or promote your brand.

All you can eat motorway rest stop at the entrance in a tunnel

guerilla all you can eat

Axe was always good with advertising… this one is placed next to an exit sign

axe guerilla ad

Yoga center ad on a straw

Superman returns ad

“Use only what you need” from Denver Water

use only what you need

DHL: If it is where it belongs, it was probably delivered by DHL (click for larger view)


DVD Rental company ad in the bathroom of a cinema: “At home, you could have pressed pause”

dvd rental

Heineken ad with the figure of a hand reaching out to the bottle. Beats the regular printed posters.

Holidays: Everyone is going on a Virgin Holiday. Suitcases placed in the hands of statues

Jeep: The 4 door Wrangler is coming. Handle added to a regular Jeep.

Jeep Parking: Painted parking spaces to advertise Jeep’s ability to be driven on rough terrain.

Mini: showing the maneuverability and driving fun

Crashed car placed in a parking lot to announce a Monster Trucks show

Volkswagen Polo guerilla campaign: small, but tough.

Have fun: Sex shop advertising on the streets of a city

Slim: same idea, 3 different products: Slim Fast

Pepsi Light

Ulta slim Sony Cyber-shot T1

Quit smoking sticker for cars:

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12 Responses to “Great Guerilla Advertising (Part 2)”

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  8. voodoo Says:

    Indeed literate advertising company, but the suitcases at the monument in my opinion blasphemy, does not respect it.

  9. jennifer Says:

    i dont get a lot of this???????:(

  10. bob saget Says:

    Jennifer is an idiot

  11. jon stAMOS Says:

    the first ad should have the oscar myer wiener mobile driven into the tunnel 🙂 hahahaha

  12. Bill Says:

    Dammit Jon I was just going to post that

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