Daily Inspirations no. 224

Let’s be honest – most of the advertising we see on TV is really boring and annoying. However, do not treat all advertising equally. We have picked up some really interesting samples of visual advertising which can be anything but boring. Mobile phone, tomato sauce, and a medicine – common products to be advertised, but have a look at the advertising graphics presented within this gallery of design inspirations and you’ll see how unusual, creative, and artful advertising designers can be. Indeed, today art has gained a variety of new forms; it left the borders of traditional art galleries and penetrated into multiple spheres of human life, including those, which are not so easy to associate with art on the first sight.


Photo by Martin Schoeller

Photo by Alan Shapiro

Photo by Alan Shapiro

Photo by Andrea D’Aquino

Photo by Tim Laman

Haircare by Robert Jaso

ON FIRE by Yulia Gorbachenko

BIG GIRLS don’t cry by Ana Dias


Southern Comfort by Studio Muti

Space Monkey by Jira Jiramakorn

Works of Imagination and Exploration by Timothy Banks

corefolio store by Andrea Berton

Cooking by teparit Chaiyajan

Glennz Tees Concepts for Voting Jul-Dec 2010 by Glenn Jones

3d Arts

Sin toys (Fontomass project) by HandMadeFont

Cyclop Destroy by Anderson Barges

Art and Digital Art

Vanity Fair Cover Mosaic by Antonio Village9991

Super Mario by Nicola Felaco

My sketchbook by Joanna Kosinska

Depthcore XL – Mythic by Raphael Vicenzi


Dockers by Studio Muti

Lost In London titile page & experimental lettering by Eliabetta Giordana

Hold ON – The Idea here is desconstruct the type by Marcelo Schultz


Paramex: End the Pain by Ogilvy & Mather

Huawei Ideos X1: Let’s Stalk by ArnoldFurnace

Heinz Seriously Good Pasta Sauce: Seriously Juicy by DDB


The Robo Chair by Luca Nichetto

Stingray Coffee Table by Stephan Veit


SP-810UZ by Olympus

IS12T by Fujitsu and Toshiba




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Peter Olexa

Cruzine magazine founder. He has over 15 years of experience in corporate identity and web site design.