Tailpipe smoke is gross… and the same goes for the carcinogen-loaded clouds that erupt from the mouth of a cigarette smoker. An anti-smoking group equated the two by placing posters of people's faces with the cut-out mouths strategically placed at the end of tailpipes.
Trashcans on the streets warn smokers of dangers to their eye sight. Very creative and shocking, isn't it?
This is a very creative and inventive advertising to urge people to stop smoking. Placed in gyms.
Stop trafic signs in Brazil with cigarette shape.
This ad is from an anti-smoking promotion for ‘World No Tobacco Day' (May 31), and it can be found at coffee shops in Dubai, where people come to smoke!
The Peruvian League Against Cancer wants smokers to know that secondhand smoking is like unleashing a swarm of killer bees on an innocent little girl. For their anti-smoking ad campaign, they glued together 15,000 cigarette butts ONE BY ONE. Volunteers donated the butts.
"Smoke kills" says this coffin created to really make a point. You certainly can't accuse them of being wimpy or subtle about the way they are promoting their message in Anti Smoking Campaign with a coffin.
It is interesting the way they are engaging their target audience whilst maintaining a sense of humor about it.
In this ad part of the X-ray image is transparent allowing for the accumulated butts inside to be part of the visual. Designed by Agency Saatchi & Saatchi London.
12 meter long chemical tanker that looks like a giant cigarette was used by Cancer Research UK to highlight the toxic smoke in cigarettes.
This is a unique anti-smoking print advertisement campaign launched in Riyadh to urge people to quit smoking. The campaign has used a very innovative approach that shows far reaching negative implications of smoking. The advertisements show burning cigarettes having its ashes intact while they show what else are burning with tobacco. The campaign display that many structures and buildings are being burnt while the second ad shows people are being burnt with the cigarette. The campaign apparently aims at conveying the fact that tobacco does not only kill the smoker but people around them as well.