The AudioBook India ads Pair Nelson Mandela with Hitler

By: Leslie Chen - Published: Jul 1, 2011 • References: & adsoftheworld
Advertising reading through listening are these AudioBook India ads. Putting a slight twist on images of iconic figures makes an eye-catching statement out of the campaign.

Done by advertising agency Taproot, the AudioBook India ads sell the product in a subtle way. The image of Nelson Mandela has the string of a bookmark poking out of his mouth; illustrating the idea of audio books in a literal way.

The ads are humorous and present the product in a way that relates personally to the subject matter.

Implications - Modern-day consumers don't have the time to enjoy leisurely activities like they used to. Products that provide a way to complete things with efficiency are appealing to customers with fast-paced lifestyles. Companies could focus on this desire for more multitasking items in order to attract more buyers. Stats for Iconic Figure Campaigns Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 1,436 clicks in 255 w
Interest: 1.2 minutes
Concept: AudioBook India Ads
Related: 73 examples / 56 photos
Segment: Males, 18-35
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