Unrelated Adverbranding

Seemingly irrelevant imagery used in ads to grab attention

Implications - Advertising no longer simply depicts a product: often, the item being sold isn’t even illustrated. Far-fetched imagery is now being used to lure people in and spark their curiosity, leaving them enthused and curious as to the creator’s identity, which in turn boosts brand appeal.
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Animal Hair Hats - Nagi Noda Creations
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Warm 124,939 Clicks Pub: May 21, 08
Animal Hair Hats
Nagi Noda Creations
Sometimes, something just captures, confuses and inspires you. That is exactly the effect of these quirky animal-inspired hair hats by Japanese art director Nagi Noda. They are truly out of this world.… [More]
Real Life Barbies - Evelina Bratell's 1959 Doll Fashions
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Warm 37,986 Clicks Pub: May 21, 08
Real Life Barbies
Evelina Bratell's 1959 Doll Fashions
Inspired by the iconic 1959 Barbie, Evelina Bratell a student at Beckmans design school, created a fascinating Barbie fashion collection with a photography theme of living in the Barbie doll house. Bratell's… [More]
Superhero Fashion (Follow Up) - Fantasy Exhibit at the Met
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Warm 30,454 Clicks Pub: May 6, 08
Superhero Fashion (Follow Up)
Fantasy Exhibit at the Met
This is a follow-up on a trend we published recently about the Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy exhibit. We already told you the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York would be featuring a huge collection… [More]
Tunnel Telescope From NYC to London - Telectroscope
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Warm 14,229 Clicks Pub: May 23, 08
Tunnel Telescope From NYC to London
Telectroscope
Completion of a 100 year old engineering project finally happened a few days ago. The tunnel between New York and London, called the Telectroscope, allows residents of both cities to peer down the giant… [More]
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