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5 ads we loved in October

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A month passed by and we come back to you with five ads we loved the most in October. This time we are fond of a printer manufacturer, two newspapers, a mobile app and a folk musician. Enjoy!

Epson

Epson banner ad

  • Loved for: It’s a heart-touching ad that triggers a human desire to stay immortal through work.
  • Advertiser: epson.com, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of computer printers
  • Network: PointRoll
  • Top publisher: shutterbug.com

The Economist

The Economist banner ad

  • Loved for: It’s a proof that serious stats (Big Mac Index) can be served with humor.
  • Advertiser: economist.com, a weekly newspaper with insight politics and business
  • Network: Google network
  • Top publisher: monster.com

Wishbone App

Wishbone app banner ad

  • Loved for: The simplicity of a design which communicates all the necessities: an idea of a product, app’s name and a place of purchase — App Store.
  • Advertiser: Wishbone app, a mobile app for comparing social content
  • Network: Adcash
  • Top publisher: trend911.com

Avalanche City

Avalanche City banner ad

  • Loved for: An artistic feel and touch of an ad. And a zebra makes it even more lovable!
  • Advertiser: Avalanche City via iTunes, a folk musician from New Zealand.
  • Network: Google network
  • Top publisher: just-one-liners.com

The New York Times

The New York Times banner ad

  • Loved for: A competitive copy “Do a million digital subscribers know something you don’t?” and fish-like (or else) arrows.
  • Advertiser: nytimes.com, a daily newspaper from New York, USA
  • Network: Google network
  • Top publisher: mobile.nytimes.com

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Anna Tomalik

Anna Tomalik

Blogging for BoxOfAds about ads and beautiful design. Loves simplicity, everywhere.

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