It seems like the creative spill in the advertising industry is in major overdrive, what with all the spectacular and thought provoking advertisements ad campaigns they seem to keep popping out of the hat. Here’s having a good smart look at some brilliantly executed ‘wrong job’ ad campaigns, often displayed and promoted by employment agencies and well, sometimes you may be forced to wonder, ”maybe you’re stuck in the wrong job?”.
There is no questioning the fact that advertising today is and has been for a while now, a groundbreaking exhibit of an oasis of ideal possibilities, painting the perfect picture for the individual in perfect pursuit and desire of a commodity. Persistent companies and organizations come together with innovative designers and skillful advertisers, forming together a team that produces no less than many of the creative, thought provoking and interactive advertisement campaigns we come across every day.
Advertisements promoting a particular product or set of services are well scattered campaigns we deal with on a day to day basis, sometimes without even realizing it seeing as how they have become such a routine fraction of our lives (bet you missed the special discount deal on your detergent box, huh?). Of course such advertising, although more common and generic in nature, requires a great deal of brainstorming and creative thinking – the ad’s purpose will always be to grasp attention and a catchy theme never hurts. There are some advertisements however, that are of a more complex nature, built solidly on the basis of a strong surrounding concept and leading narrative. The advertisements we have piled up for you here are of exactly such nature.
Below await you a series of ad campaigns basically titled ‘wrong job’ ad campaigns, essentially questioning the common man’s current satisfaction with his or her employment status. These ads are very interesting and somewhat witty in nature, in doing so challenging the value of ambition and contentment in the professional working individual’s lifestyle. After all who knows, maybe you could be doing something better for a living, right? A man’s gotta have options.