Reading the Metro News is a part of many commuters' daily routines, and these Metro Magazine ‘Experience’ print ads are sure to become quite recognizable to many people. Three print ads were released in the series, each of which shows a cartoonish look into the human mind.
The Metro Magazine ‘Experience’ print ads created by Swedish ad agency Morris Pinewood are colorful and eye-catching to say the least! The combination of hot air balloons, Obama, toxic nuclear waste, rainbow flags, flowers and fashion models seems unlikely until glancing at these print ads.
The ads appeal to a wide audience by using so many different images in the brains of the print models. The Metro Magazine ‘Experience’ print ads are a refreshing ad choice for Metro, Canada’s most popular free daily newspaper.
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