Elevators are used by millions of people everyday, so it’s no wonder that it’s important to really utilize elevator ads in a clever way. These days, people tend to ignore advertisements, therefore advertisers need to come up with new ways to catch people’s attention. Standing and waiting for the elevator to arrive is the perfect time to try and grab the consumer’s eye and plant the seed of advertising into their brains.
Here are 16 of the most clever and eye-catching elevator ads you’ll ever see. Enjoy!
Maxwell House: Wake Up
There’s no better way to wake up than to step inside this elevator. Maxwell House sure knows how to give elevator riders an adrenaline rush!
Talk about perfect advertising placement. This ad is for a law firm in Germany.
An American pizza chain, Domino’s Pizza has been around since 1960 and promises customers their pizzas will be delivered within 30 minutes or they would get them for free.
Ford Escape 4×4
Released in 2004, this ad located in China is for Ford Escape 4×4. Would you dare drive this?
Folliderm: Bald Man
Superman The Movie
This elevator ad was made before Superman Returns was released in 2006 in a Brazil cinema.
A popular chain of international gyms, Gold’s Gym was founded by Joe Gold, a bodybuilder and American businessman in 1965.
Shams Taekwando School
Creative adverts to catch everyone’s attention
Give Me Five
Generations is a radio station in France playing various music genres such as disco, hip-hop and soul.
“Be Born Again”
Dr. Kim’s plastic surgery clinic promises to enhance your beauty and facial harmony.
Kagatani is a 120-year old cutlery company which produces knives made by talented artisans.
Great Lakes Science Center
Great Lakes Science Center is a museum and educational establishment which supports STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) with exhibits such as advanced energy and space.
Resident Evil: Extinction
This Resident Evil elevator ad was placed before its release in Kiev, Ukraine in 2007.
A 3D illusion ad made by artist Andrew Walkerto. Elevator ads at their finest!
Science World: Scales
This “Free Fall” ad is from the Swiss skydive school which is possibly the largest skydive school in Switzerland. Not for the faint-hearted!