We've showed you some funny advertising before (here and here). Although the advertising below might seem fresh and original at first sight, is this kind of advertising still really original?
A concept by Mesh Architecture.
By Toshiko Horiuchi MacAdam.
By Keith Holamon.
Inspired by Amazonians.
You can't stop him!
Better for the environment and transportation.
Beautiful slow motion.
We have to admit. They're good at it.
Ads are usually pretty boring, but these are just great.
That improve the product.
Made by artist L017.
Kerry Skarbakka photographs himself in the process of falling.
Great body painting by Australian artist Emma Hack.
There is cuteness in every animal.
Removable street art!
Helium with odd properties.
By Studio Shelter.
By photographer Hal.
Very clever commercial.
To different people.
By London-based photographer Danielle Tunstall.
Leonid Tishkov wandered around the world accompanied by a bright shiny moon.
From all over the world.
You love your car, but you want to make it your own. There are some unique and affordable ways to "pimp your ride" to reflect your personality.
By Jonty Hurwitz.
Considering his face as an object the Dutch artist Levi van Veluw explores the notion of identity.
We wish we had this slide in our garden.
Husband animates joke about tortilla chips told by his drunk wife.
By Tim Tadder.
Normal things become surreal when put under an electron microscope.
A love story.
Plans for an underground park in New York.
These people are real professionals.
A boy fathering his dad.
By Brazilian artist Vik Muniz.
Stéphane Couturier is a French photographer who began photographing buildings that where under construction in the late 1990s.