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"QUANTUM SHOT" #3
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Some neat ads I've stumbled upon recently

Starting our series of the most creative advertisements in print and "guerrilla marketing" on the streets... We start small, with only a few examples to set the mood -

"Karma in Parking":




"If only women spent less time cooking..."
(advertising for an instant soup product)




Longevity drug? Timely oil changes? -




Some very lively tea:




Poster for a museum:




Not an ad, just a pic I liked:


(original unknown, via)


...and finally "a mystery photo"
(apparently a real place somewhere in Asia...)


(image credit: Von Frank Schlamp, click to enlarge)


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9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I once read an article about a tsunami in SE Asia which brought a big ship like that far inland and stranded it. Could be the same one??

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Anonymous Rachel said...

... I remember now that tsunami was after the explosion of
Krakatoa, and it may be the same ship; nobody ever moved that one-
nobody had the money or the will to do it. Krakatoa killed more people
than the tsunami in 2004, if I recall correctly. first the explosion
and then tsunamis that just kept on coming.

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Blogger Cuppojoe said...

Very cool pics... Thanks for sharing!

Also, thanks for dropping by my little ol' blog and taking the time to leve such a nice comment.

And now, in the immortally cliche words of the Terminator... "I'll be back..."

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

WHOAAA!!! You found NOAH'S ARK!!!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The ship i sunk in what some day was the Aral Sea. It's in Asia and is drying because of excessive use of the rivers on the region for irrigation.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

the one with the ginnipigs is actualy a ad its from holland made bij albert heijn its somthing like wallmart

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Anonymous Brobostos said...

It could not be the Aral Sea, even if it does look like some other pics from there. The surrounding geography is not a sea bottom, and besides - the valley the ship is in is a so called V valley, carved out by a river over long periodes of time. if it isnt photoshopped i'd guess it is some king of former great river somwhere in asia/old ussr that is being depleted.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

...I meant some KIND of former great river.... sorry

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd also say the ship is shopped.

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