ambient media advertising – guerrilla marketing
i actually really like good ambient media or so called guerrilla marketing. these are usually creative more unconventional advertising or marketing campaigns rolled out in our direct living environment, often not even recognizable as ads at first sight. writing about kellogg’s and yamaha, the anti smoking ceiling, visual kidnapping, the blush dessous, dogvertising or sandvertising for instance, today i found a new sweet ad blog source called i believe in adv.
“need a new barbecue? call vijay sales”
“every winter, hundreds of homeless die on the sidewalks. react.”
“one out of ten traffic victims is a pedestrian”
(via i believe in adv and adverblog)
[tags: ambient media, guerrilla marketing, viral marketing, advertising]