Extreme Outdoor Advertising

May 7, 2009 Blog 4 comments
Courtesy of hojimoto

Came across this series of 15 of the most creative outdoor advertisements seen in the world from this fascinating compilation of superlatives called oddee.  The above advertisement was apparently one from Nationwide Insurance which specialises in automobile insurance services.  Well, it has certainly proved a point with this amazing visual spectacle.

I wonder if it got the approval of the authorities in doing that?  Hmmm…..

By Walter
Founder of Cooler Insights, I am a geek marketer with almost 24 years of senior management experience in marketing, public relations and strategic planning. Since becoming an entrepreneur 5 years ago, my team and I have helped 58 companies and over 2,200 trainees in digital marketing, focusing on content, social media and brand storytelling.


  1. I guess either they did get approval or an approval is not necessary. 🙂

    Pretty amazing. Sad to say, we won’t be able to see such creative outdoor ads in Singapore anytime soon. Getting approval can be huge problem.

    Which reminds me of a joke from one of Jack Neo’s movie: Who should you apply permit if you want to place advertisements on the SMRT track pillars? SMRT? LTA? SLA? Hahahaha.

  2. woah, I’m a big fan of creative advertising and this one really blew me away. And yeah, like DK said, no way we can get something like this here..now the question is, is it the gahmen’s fault for their red tape and making it difficult? hmm…

  3. Wow, tt’s a very nice advert. It took me about 5mins to just stare, study & Appreciate the hard work behind it from my laptop 🙂 Very mind blowing & interesting indeed 🙂 Never seen anything lidat before mans!!!

    Do hope to see 1 in spore. Hope you can be the “ONE MAN” to change the rep-tapes in our Nation! yeah!

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