Denver Water has created a very innovative ad campaign that uses just a portion of each ad medium. In these two examples, you can see just a portion of a billboard and a portion of a park bench. I like it. The campaign was created by Sukie.
Implications - Ad agencies and marketers are continually looking to push the boundaries of creativity with their outdoor campaigns. Billboards and public seating offer ample opportunity for these creatives to make a statement through an eye-catching design and targeted messaging. Companies can take advantage of this growing opportunity by "hacking" forms of public advertising to shock or surprise viewers and earn their attention.
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