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Create a Print Ad yourself

Have you ever seen any interesting print ads on newspapers or magazines? For today’s class, we are going to see some good examples and design your own print ads.

The following article tells us how to write up slogans for advertisement. Take a look and see if you can learn some useful strategies from it.


The following are some funny ads. Humor is a good icebreaker. If an ad can make you happy, it will make you open your wallet.

Wrigley-Oribt_Cow Witte-Molen_Last-Wish Toshiba_Studying Sky-Company_parachute SFSPCA_WaitingRoom Post-It_Boyfriend Playtex_Tatoo-Boy McDonalds_Tiffany Maxam_Civilization_Egypt MasterCard-Canada_Womens-Golf EnergyAustralia_tread ParentingAd_Dec_2012.indd ColgateFloss Cape-Times_William 3M-Scotch_Chameleion 3MPrivacyFilter

Now it’s your turn to create an ad youself! Go to the following two websites and create an ad on each one of them. Upload your work to edmodo as an assignment.



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