Inspiration

56 Minimalist Print Advertisements that’ll Make You Think

by . July 8th, 2011

In today’s world, advertisements play a very important role for the success of a product or company. They must deliver powerful messages which attract people’s attention. For print, designers have to be very creative and imaginative, be able to write a powerful copy, and be mindful of the target audience. Minimal ads are always popular for their simplicity, single image, one- or two-word catchy slogan, strong message, and few colors. In this showcase we have presented 56 amazing minimalist print advertisements for inspiration.

 

Nori: Japanese Food from 11AM

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The Star Café: Menu

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Gazeteport: Chain

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Coca-Cola Light: Lemon Peel

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Little brick

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Heineken: Social Networking since 1873

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Sensodyne toothpaste: Hard hat

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Pringles Rice Infusions: Sushi

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Open Source Festival: Minimal sounds

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WWF: Crocodile

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WWF: Calf

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WWF: Shark

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Taag Linhas Aéreas De Angola: Paris

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DQ LED Torches: Non cooperation with non violence

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Fabercastell Truecolours: Shark

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Bic: Eiffel Tower

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Coimbra Door Closers: Crossdressing

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Balloon

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Colgate Floss: Brain

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LA Bicycle: Folding bike

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Jeternel beauty clinic: Mouth

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Google Android: iPhone Alarm Gate

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Mr. Clean: Shining floor, Toilet paper

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Bayer Aspirin & Cafiaspirin: Teenage daughter’s boyfriend

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Condor Travel: Eiffel Tower

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Publicis Life Brands Resolute: OCD

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Steggles Chicken: Egg

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Heinz: Tomato

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X Lotto: Wheels

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The Green Ant: Minimalism

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Calgary Farmers’ Market: Tomatoes

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University of Gent: Chick

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Alka Seltzer: Piglhouette

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tappening.com: Bill

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Bic: Matrix

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Wilkinson Quattro: Bikini

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Danacol: Bacon

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Veet: Soap

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Venezia Cafe: Soda

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XPC Sandisk: Ship

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FedEx: Statue of Sugarloaf

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Nestlé KitKat: Vuvuzela

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Hut Weber: Hitler vs. Chaplin

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Mass Education: Russian doll

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PUMA

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Lego: Periscope

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Oral-B Dental Floss: Chicken

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Listerine: Garlic

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One foot can change someone´s life. Remember Cinderella?

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Alka Seltzer: Mafia

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Olay: Undo

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Levis: One

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Snickers: Blind Man

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Citroën C-Zero: 100% Electric

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Hakle: See you later

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Hospital San José: Irene

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Hi, I'm Prakash Ghodke, a 19-year old from India working as something called freelance Web Designer.

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