German ad agency Jung von Matt has created this charming print campaign to advertise Lego. The ads feature minimalist interpretations of some of our best-loved cartoon characters, all created with blocks of Lego (Asterix)
The universal idea of advertising is to get a message across in a straightforward and efficient way regarding a product or service; frequently the most excellent way to do this is to strip things down to the bare essentials. This gives rise to the concept of minimalist ads. This post assembles a collection of 50 minimal printed advertisements, sensational examples where less is most definitely more.
Lego Print Ad This is a super simple, yet super clever ad that makes use of a single image, and doesn't even use copy. It shows that Lego is more than just a toy - it's about imagination for the kids that use them.
Cool minimalist design: The Smurfs. “Imagine” is a new Lego campaign by Hamburg advertising agency Jung von Matt.It’s a series of minimalist Lego designs based upon some of our most beloved cartoon characters.
Advocacy Art: "As a medium for social change, posters record our struggles for peace, social justice, environmental defense, and liberation from oppression." Stop Climate Change- by Hilppa Hyrkäs from Finland.