After the industrial revolution in the 19th century advertising industry gained the boom with the advancement in the technology. It is said that “that shows that sells”.
Now a day’s every trademark or the big industry has their logo and design which represent it and the customers also follow it. The logo of a product is telling about the quality of the product or even the story of the product. Top sellers are very cautious while selecting the design, style, theme and color of their products logo.
Artwork along with alphabets and numeric are usually used in logos. A strong ideogram with a company name supported by a symbol is the main style used today. The logo is the identity and quality of the brand. It is also the acceptability in the eyes of the customers, as they buy the products of good brands without any reluctance. Companies are going towards branding of products and so as customers.
Different color of logos are used to represent different products like;
- Red is used to gain attention on highways or to represent something important
- Red, white and blue are used for patriotism in US
- Green represents hygiene and health
- Light blue or silver is for diet food
- Lower saturation shows quality, reliability or mix traits.
01. Corner Sport Cafe & Restaurant
02. New logo proposal
03. Chicks n Salsa
05. Danny Boy Catering
10. Pacific Fish Grill
11. Taco Sliders
12. Ice Cream Love
13. Cia do Suco
14. Tour De Pizza
15. Sips & Soups
16. Newcastle Food & Wine Festival
17. Blake Makes
19. COCO cafe
20. L’assiette Restaurant
21. Almeda Bakery
22. Chicken Hut
23. Bio Organic
24. Bite Spokane
25. Networked Food System
26. Cristiane Tecchio
Key ad exposures include when consumers are leaving and returning from work, go to buy groceries or go out for evening entertainment. Our world is saturate with logos, ads, and brands. Coming up with fresh exiting material is becoming a harder task, because many ideas have been already implemented. You have to come up with something that slap the competition in the face while maintaining originality. It’s not an easy task by any means, but there are still a handful of creative geniuses out there pushing the limits.
Today we will showcase some inspirational examples of creative elevator ads. These adverts are bound to make you look twice. According to statistics the average number of riders in a high-rise building is 500 people per day. These ads cannot be turned off like tv ads, and by some people are viewed more than once a day. Some experts even say that elevator advertising reduces vandalism in elevators by giving riders something to do between floors.
Swiss Skydive: Elevator
Kagatani Knife: Elevator
Becel: Take action. Love your heart
Coca Cola Zero
Superman, The Movie: Elevator
Great Lakes Science Center Bodyworlds 2: Elevator
Gold’s Gym: Elevator
Folliderm: Bald man
Volkswagen: Hospital elevator
Movie: Kill Bill
Maxwell House: Morning Alarm
Plastic Surgery Clinic: Be Born Again