Illustration Trends in Advertising

I was a having a look through adsoftheworld.com and noticed a trend in the use of collage and illustration. Check out some of the bold, graphic, and visually captivating ads I found. They show that the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.

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ACT TV PRINT AD

The copy for this ad reads “Size doesn’t Matter. Numbers do.” In this ad,
a flock of small birds congregate together to form a large bird.


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DON PASCUAL PRINT AD

A brilliant collage made using Don Pascual wine labels.

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TORONTO ZOO AD

The polar bear in this Toronto Zoo ad is made up of elements
and icons that represent the city of Toronto.

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SIDANNE HAIR GEL

An advertisement for Sidanne Hair Gel using bold graphic elements.

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HIV FOUNDATION

An excellent print ad for the HIV Foundation with an
image of a man made to look like a map with copy that reads “Explore Safely”.

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WWF AD

An incredibly detailed image of a tree made up of people.

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GREENPEACE HONG KONG

A Greenpeace Ad for Car Free Day 2009 using cars to form a tornado.

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