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November 16, 2011

Hand Dryer Guerrilla Marketing for Hot Sauce

Hand Dryer Guerrilla Marketing for Hot Sauce

Guerrilla Marketing Bathroom Hand-Dryer Promotes Hot Sauce

What goes great with Guerrilla Marketing? (Besides ‘bacon’, although also a stellar answer.) Well Hot Sauce has always been known to kick it up a notch and spice things up a bit…

Check out this guerrilla marketing bathroom hand-dryer that’s made to promote Hot Sauce. The ad makes it appear as if the Hot Sauce is so hot it can be used to dry your hands by the hot breath of someone who has just had a taste.

Hmmm, sounds ‘saucey’.

Advertising Agency: McCann Erickson, Thailand
Art Director: Noppadon Shinkhem
Photographer: Chubcheevit

Found at directdaily

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Hand Dryer Guerrilla Marketing for Hot Sauce

November 15, 2011

Guerrilla Marketing Augmented Reality Reading App for Children’s Book Parrot Carrot

Guerrilla Marketing Augmented Reality Reading App for Children’s Book Parrot Carrot

Parrot Carrot Guerrilla Marketing Augmented Reality Reading App Let’s Kids Find Their Favorite Characters At Home

Check out this augmented reality app for popular kid’s reading book, Parrot Carrot. Kids can use the AR app on their phones to see the characters from the book in their surroundings, catch them and find objects that thyme with them to create new animals.

What better way to help kids enjoy reading than by enhancing it with mobile technology? This is one of the best guerrilla marketing augmented reality uses we’ve seen – especially for children and especially one that promotes a book. What other great augmented reality examples have you seen?

Parrot Carrot Safari from Parrot Carrot on Vimeo.

November 15, 2011

Guerrilla Marketing Yellow Pages Art

Guerrilla Marketing Yellow Pages Art

Guerrilla Marketing Artist Kristiina Lahde Recycles Old Yellow Pages into Guerrilla Marketing Art

What do you do with all those useless Yellow Pages books you see decomposing in apartment hallways everywhere? How about transforming them into Yellow guerrilla marketing pieces of art?

 Guerrilla Marketing Yellow Pages Art

Guerrilla Marketing Yellow Pages

Check out these cool designs guerrilla marketing artist Kristiina Lahde created from recycling old, unused Yellow Pages books. What else could you think to redesign those big ‘ol books into?

 Guerrilla Marketing Yellow Pages Art

Kristiina Lahde Yellow Pages Art

Found here.

November 14, 2011

Guerrilla Marketing Bread Pole Vault Landing Pad

Guerrilla Marketing Bread Pole Vault Landing Pad

Guerrilla Marketing Pole Vault Mat Looks Like a Giant Piece of Bread

Next time someone tells you they don’t have any ideas, run. That is, of course, since you know for yourself that creativity is everywhere and anything can be used for marketing.

Check out this tasty guerrilla marketing concept by Pepperidge Farms which replaces a pole vault mat with one that looks like a giant piece of bread.

It’s the best thing since, well … (waaait for it….) SLICED BREAD!!

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Guerrilla Marketing Bread Pole Vault Landing Pad

November 14, 2011

Creative Guerrilla Marketing Halloween Costume with 2 iPads

Creative Guerrilla Marketing Halloween Costume with 2 iPads

Guerrilla Marketing Halloween Costume Uses 2 iPads to Make it Seem Like There is a Whole in His Body

Check out this really creative Halloween Costume one guerrilla marketing guru created with iPads. Using 2 separate iPads and the camera feature, a cut-up shirt and a little creative thinking – it appears as if you can actually see through someone’s body. The best part? He shows you how you can make this guerrilla marketing halloween costume yourself here.

Has anyone else seen any creative Halloween costumes that used an iPad (or two) this year? Share them with us in the comment section below!

November 13, 2011

Yamaha Guerrilla Marketing Print Ad – Don’t Take Used Things from Strangers

Yamaha Guerrilla Marketing - Never Take Things from Strangers Ad
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Yamaha Guerrilla Marketing – Never Take Things from Strangers Ad

You wouldn’t take used candy from a stranger would you? Of course not, as a matter of fact with another Halloween season come and gone you’ve probably been saying the same things to your children or friend’s children

On the contrary, why would you want to trust something else that is used from a stranger? After all, can you really trust them to tell you all of the problems they had with the thing they are trying to get rid of?

In Yamaha’s recent guerrilla marketing print ad which shows a half-used motorcycle-shaped sucker, the company encourages you to buy used Yamaha motorcycles from Yamaha, or at least your trusted car dealership, and not a stranger.

It kind of makes sense…. what are we thinking buying used vehicles from strangers anyways?? So much can go wrong and seriously, haven’t we all owned one too many lemons by now?

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Yamaha Guerrilla Marketing - Never Take Things from Strangers Ad

Found via Ads of the World here.

November 13, 2011

Guerrilla Marketing Billboard to Quit Smoking

Guerrilla Marketing Billboard to Quit Smoking

Guerrilla Marketing Billboard Encourages Viewers to Visit Website to Get Help to Quit Smoking

As someone who quit smoking (*3 times), I can tell you it’s tough. Half the battle is the habit while the other half of the battle is fighting off nicotine addictions.

To help people quit smoking, quitplan.com has created a simple billboard that merely features their website URL and left the creativity to the pole that holds up the billboard, which is designed to look like a cigarette butt that has just been put out.

Have you quit smoking? How’d you do it?

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Guerrilla Marketing Billboard to Quit Smoking

November 12, 2011

Guerrilla Marketing Storm Drain

Guerrilla Marketing Storm Drain

Guerrilla Marketing Storm Drain Uses Play on Words to “Make Every Child Count”

Here is a creative guerrilla marketing storm drain concept made to “make every child count”. The simple storm drain has an old-fashioned child’s toy numbers game over the storm gate. Not only is it a “counting” game made for children, the “counting” part of the guerrilla marketing storm drain concept is used in a play of words in the campaign’s message “Make Every Child Count”.

I love clever and creative guerrilla marketing concepts, especially those that encourage kids to get creative too.

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Guerrilla Marketing Storm Drain

November 12, 2011

Hairdresser Guerrilla Marketing Bush Ad

Hairdresser Guerrilla Marketing Bush Ad
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Hairdresser Uses Bush for Guerrilla Marketing Hairdresser Ad

Need a Top Chop?

Who says all guerrilla marketing has to be expensive?

One clever guerrilla marketing hairdresser has used a simple bush to promote their business. By placing a picture of a face underneath the bush, it appears like the guerrilla marketing bush is actually that person’s hair (and well over-do for a haircut).

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Hairdresser Guerrilla Marketing Bush Ad

November 11, 2011

Guerrilla Marketing Soccer Urinal

Guerrilla Marketing Soccer Urinal

Guerrilla Marketing Urinal Lets You Play Soccer When You Pee

Going to the bathroom has never been funner until this guerrilla marketing soccer urinal showed up. To promote ESPN soccer, the guerrilla marketing soccer urinal concept was created and men’s bathroom urinals were equipped with a tiny plastic soccer net and a teeny-tiny little soccer ball. The objective was for the guys to aim their pee to shoot the soccer ball into the net and score a goal.

More than I wonder how many times they had to replace that teeny-tiny little soccer ball (if they ever did), I wonder how many guys came running out of the bathroom yelling “GOALLLLLLLLLL!”(?) I wouldn’t give that guy a high-five, that’s for sure. icon wink Guerrilla Marketing Soccer Urinal

Guerrilla Marketing Soccer Urinal Guerrilla Marketing Soccer Urinal

Guerrilla Marketing Soccer Urinal

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