1959 Gas Council ad by totallymystified

<br /><i>Via Flickr:</i>
<br />Illustration by Francis Marshall.

1953 Bond Street by Yardley ad by totallymystified


1946 Jaguar ad by totallymystified


1946 Thrupp & Maberly ad by totallymystified


Cats are so awesome that they’ve taken over all the advertisements in the Clapham Common Tube station of the London Underground. The Citizens Advertising Takeover Service (aka C.A.T.S.) is the first project by a collective called Glimpse. After running a successful Kickstarter campaign they photographed cats from two animal rescue charities, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and Cats Protection, and posted those photos in place of all 68 ads in the subway station.

For the two weeks that the cat photos are up, Londoners who pass through the station are given a break from advertising and all those cute kitties in the photos have a greater chance of finding homes.

“We hope people will enjoy being in the station and maybe think a bit different about the world around them.”

Visit the Glimpse website to learn more about them and their other projects.

[via My Modern Met and Colossal]


Floccus animation - the most popular type of animation pictures. With what their history began? Initially it was the usual set of pictures, live photos. Then someone thought up more, and there were gifk which have a plot. 

And now they are used as well as one of types of advertizing in the world of the Internet. For example, today the team developed a floccus animation for one of investment companies. It would seem, what here such difficult to place pictures in a certain order? 

It it isn’t enough for creation attractive hyphas animation: the designer thinks over the scheme of emergence of the text and graphic elements speed with which one picture replaces another and so on, all to the slightest nuances, as a result receiving worthy result. 

Create for the company advertizing for placement on the Internet in the form of gif-animation, having ordered development of its model on www