These Trivial Pursuit Print Ads Are Visually Clever

 - Jan 17, 2014
References: creativecriminals
These print ads for Trivial Pursuit by Freny Paris based ad agency DDB are clever visual jokes about the various categories as well as the now iconic triangle.

From history (the triangle as Neil Armstrong) to film, these little triangles appear in the posters in such ingenious little ways. No text is needed to explain the print ads at all, except for the game's title in the corner of each poster.

Trivial Pursuit tests the players' knowledge of basic trivia: history, people, pop culture, etc., and has seen countless incarnations throughout its existence. These print ads take the iconic triangle wedges, which actually represent the different categories of questions, and create lasting impressions with this captivating images.