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These 19 Creative Food Ads Will Make You Hungry. So Very Hungry.

These 19 Creative Food Ads Will Make You Hungry. So Very Hungry.

Culture
Most of us think we're not influenced by advertising, especially food advertising. "I don't need an ad to tell me what and when to eat," you may think. There is, however, something to be said for the ascetics of convincing food advertising. Designers toil for months and sometimes years getting everything just right. They work so hard because they want you to become hungry the instant you see their ad. I dare you to look at these 19 beautiful food ads and not be hungry by the end.1.) McDonald's ad. The sandwich for experts.2.) True, and delicious.3.) I hate it when that happens.4.) What a hunk. ...
This Powerful Anti-Drinking Ad From Finland Shows How Kids See Their Parents Who Drink.

This Powerful Anti-Drinking Ad From Finland Shows How Kids See Their Parents Who Drink.

LIFE
This anti-drinking ad shown in Finland asks a simple question: "How do children see their parents when they're drunk?" The answer to that question is both poignant and terrifying, but necessary for a country where alcohol is a major cause of death. The ad depicts terrified children living in a world full of monsters. As the ad goes on and the horror movie music builds, the camera cuts to what the children are looking at: the terrifying monsters that are their parents. The drunk parents are depicted as everything from a huge scary bunny to a masked man. Watch the chilling ad below:(Source: Lasinenlapsuus) I've seen a lot of anti-drinking ads before, but this one really hit me. That last kid's acting was so on point that it made me sweat. Read more: http://viralnova.com/sc...
Incredible Kids Help Adults Rediscover What It Feels Like To Dream

Incredible Kids Help Adults Rediscover What It Feels Like To Dream

Entertainment
googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('VN_PG_DTBT_ATF'); }); Have you forgotten what it's like to be a dreamer? That's the important question representatives from Japanese skincare brand SK-II asked a group of women in this poignant advertising campaign. The aim of the ad is to encourage consumers to dream again, to reconnect with their forgotten ambitions, and to look past societal expectations.The video starts with several women sitting down in what they assume is a one-on-one counseling session. Little do they know, however, that the thought-provoking questions they're being asked are coming directly from children. With their innocent and untroubled outlook on life, these kids inspire us to reconnect with our passions. Just re...