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40 Absolutely Brilliant Billboard Ads

Tuesday, 20 December 2016 by
40 Absolutely Brilliant Billboard Ads

How many billboards did you take a look during your walk or driving in your life? I'm sorry that I can't remember many of them, but I sincerely believe that it's not my problem, as the billboard itself should be great enough to attract me!What makes a great billboard then? Or ask yourself a question, what can cause the drivers to endanger their lives to take a look at your billboards while they're driving? Great billboard can answer this question well. It should be graphic-oriented, informative, interesting and most importantly, creative.

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Friday, 16 December 2016 by
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Pain fitzJohn (died 1137) was an Anglo-Norman nobleman and administrator, one of King Henry I of England's "new men", the ones who owed their positions and wealth to the king. Pain's family originated in Normandy, but there is little to suggest that he had many ties there, and he appears to have spent most of his career in England and the Welsh Marches. A son of a minor nobleman, he rose to become an important royal official during Henry's reign. In 1115 he was rewarded with marriage to an heiress, thereby gaining control of the town of Ludlow and its castle, which he augmented with further acquisitions. He became the sheriff in two counties near the border between England and Wales, and heard legal cases as a royal justice in much of western England. He was generous in his gifts of land to monastic houses. After Henry's death in 1135 Pain supported Henry's nephew, King Stephen. In July 1137 Pain was ambushed by the Welsh and killed as he was leading a relief expedition to the garrison at Carmarthen.

Australian Childhood Foundation

Saturday, 26 November 2016 by
Australian Childhood Foundation

A totally out of the box billboard poster created to dramatize the issue of neglect. You can even see the message 'Thanks for seeing me' on the wall, just in case that someone pulled out the plastic model.Belt Up. The back seat's no safer, belt up! Well-executed ad to get people feel what will happen during accident, if they do not belt up.

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