Manchester campaign to stop people from littering. Playful approach with copy referencing famous song lyrics and film quotes, coupled with bold messages warning residents of fines and urging them to keep their city clean.

"A professional design studio within a council is quite a rarity": a look at Manchester Council's creative team, M-Four

M-Four Simple yet communicative. This anti-litter campaign used witty, culturally-related phrases to convey the campaign's purpose.

Ogilvy's campaign for Expedia, that utilises those ubiquitous three-letter airport luggage tags

A fantastic print campaign for Expedia by Ogilvy & Mather that uses airport IATA codes to form clever travel-related phrases. There are over three-letter IATA codes for airports around the world to sort through and find witty copy.

Great minds like a think — Simple, witty ads for The Economist [10 pictures]...

Great minds like a think — Simple, witty ads for The Economist [10 pictures]

(991) Brands and Branding: What is the funniest tagline/marketing slogan ever? - Quora

To all those who use our competitor’s products: Happy Father’s Day, Durex Ad

The Economist.

An Inconvenient Truth For Copywriters: How To Write Headlines And Why Your Career Depends On It

Economist advert. Minimalist. Great copywriting.

some of my favourite ever ads have come from The Economist. These show that great copy doesn't have to be supported by.

Ahhh... I see what you did there. ◘ New York Taxi | Advertising

Best ad ever. Taxi ad in a bus stop! So clever! Someone's marketing department is ads commercial commercial ads ads ads

NOBODY Does Billboards Better Than The British

NOBODY Does Billboards Better Than The British


I have always loved the Economists Advertising campaigns, but I have to say that in this case Wonderbra have totally nailed it with a clever and cheeky spoof of a famous economist ad. Wonderbra out…