These animalistic ad campaigns are some clever examples of how marketers are utilizing wild, animal references to create eye-catching and often impressionable images and themes.
There are certain features often associated with animalistic behavior such as wild tendencies, carefree attitudes and instinctual reactions, most of which humans often refrain from acting like in public situations. That's why showcasing people engaging in animalistic behavior or experiences is definitely a creative way to catch a viewer's attention. Both shocking and visually mesmerizing, these animalistic ad techniques are showcasing a whole other side to human beings.
From eveningwear ads showcasing models running side-by-side with horses to campaigns that feature models dressed in fierce feline suits, these animalistic ad campaigns will certainly make an impression with its wild references.
From Animalistic Denim Ads to Eagle-Eyed Ads
Supernatural Animalistic Ads
The Optus 'It's Possible' Commercial is Imagination on High
Animalistic Headache Ads
The Ibuprom Max Campaign is "For the Mornings After"
Mod Animalistic Ads
The Versace FW 13/14 Campaign Turns Models into Predators
Washin Optical Campaign Shows How Precise Your Vision Can Be
Animalistic Denim Ads
The Uranium Jeans Campaign Promotes Its Wild Side
Animalistic Constellation Ads
The Johannesburg Zoo Night Tours Campaign Promotes Starry Sightings
Animalistic Beer Campaigns
The Diver & Aguilar Super Bock Ads are Ferocious
Saturated Animalistic Fashion Ads
The Juicy Couture Fall 2012 Campaign Stars an Edgy Karlie Kloss
Animalistic Cosmetic Ads
The Dior Golden Jungle Fall 2012 Campaign Stars an Exotic Daria Strokous
Humanimal Arousal Ads
The Viagra Unleash the Beast Campaign is Raw and Testosterone-Filled
Nocturnal Savanna Fashion Ads
The Night for Animale Spring 2013 Campaign Stars Constance Jablonski
Animalistic Eveningwear Ads
The Francesco Scognamiglio Spring/Summer 2013 Campaign is Ethereal