The 10 Best Christmas Print Ads Ever
As Christmas time draws near, this is the season for companies to make loads of money by promoting their products and services all over the place. You’ll be sure to see billboards as you drive along the highway. Though there are some ads that seem like they’re merely advertising for the sake of capitalism (read: making more and more money during the holiday craze), there are a select few that look just so darn good. Today, we’ll count down the ten best ads, whether done with advertising photography or otherwise.
1) Publicis Singapore
The shot of a star-shaped sharpener, pencil, and the trimmings creating a Christmas tree-like form is creative, unique, and one-of-a-kind. Good job, Publicis Singapore!
The carbonated drink tastes so good, even the Christmas ornament wants a taste. Oh, and it’s a pretty interesting take on a holiday ad, too.
The beer company masterfully creates an ad placement of a very important reminder for the holiday season. Keep the holiday cheer and happiness by staying sober.
An overhead shot of the sneakers near each another gets the simple holiday message across very well (that’s an image of a pine tree, the most common foliage used for Christmas trees if you still didn’t get it).
5) Almere Vandaag
Hahaha! But maybe not so funny, if you think about it. Today’s generation would do exactly that to newspapers. If newspapers publishes issues digitally to kid’s tablets, then that outcome may change for the better.
Perhaps they should change the title of the classic Christmas tune “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” to “Rudolph The Red-M&M Nosed Reindeer” because of this ad. No? Yeah, that would be a mouthful to sing? Nicely done ad, though.
7) Hellmann’s Mayonnaise
Hey look, it’s Santa Clause! Hellmann’s created a standout concept for an everyday product like mayonnaise.
Even jolly St. Nick himself couldn’t handle the number of presents you wanted this Christmas.
Hilarious. Utterly. Hilarous. Way to poke fun at the Nativity scene. If you didn’t get it yet, the Magi missed the birth of Christ because they used camels, and not a Mercedes-Benz car.
The modern-day Santa Claus icon has been used in Coke’s Christmas ads ever since the 1920s. Nothing warms the heart more this Christmas season than seeing a picture of good ‘ol St. Nick enjoying a bottle of Coke, just like the rest of us.
And they you have it, the 10 best Christmas print ads ever. Which one do you think was the funniest or the best? Let us know by posting your comment below. And from wherever in the world you’re reading this, an advanced Merry Christmas to you!
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