The classified section in your local newspaper is truly passé and doesn’t stand out like some of the creative ads that are surfacing all over the net. Ads are interactive, colorful and attention-grabbing. The Colombia-based creative director by the name of Felipe Salazar has come up with a clever ad for Corona Kitchen that breaks the conventional newspaper mold and captures our attention. Potentially being placed in any typical classified section of a newspaper, Felipe manipulated the newsprint columns to create what is an incredible optical illusion that resembles a miniature kitchen that has been embedded right into the newspaper.
Using nothing but simple rows of text and formatting, Felipe was able to create clear outlines of three dimensional kitchens. This should totally be done!