Interactive Tesla Print Ads

AUG 21 2014 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 20

Go Ahead...Press It

Go Ahead…Press It

Well...How Heavy Is It?

Well…How Heavy Is It?

Our Favorite...The Scratch And Sniff

Our Favorite…The Scratch And Sniff

We’d be willing to bet that at least a few of you actually clicked on the “interactive” ads to experience the interaction.ย  You don’t have to admit to it.ย  That’s okay.

This creative set of Tesla advertisements is the work of Miami Ad School:

Credits

Client: Tesla
Advertising School: Miami Ad School, New York, USA
Art Director: Jesse Brown
Copywriter: Derek Taylor

Okay…time to try that scratch and sniff one more time.

Source: Miami Ad School via Gute Werbung

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Hello
Do you really think that this “info” has any kind of interest ?
People could suspect insideeevs to be sponsored by Tesla motors .

Ohh, common… Don’t be such a drag… I think the advertisements are genius!
– insert any EV vehicle ๐Ÿ™‚

I like ’em. Even if Tesla doesn’t NEED advertisements.

Two things that bother me, though: They’re using a prototype Model S for the images, and the license plate is reversed on the “scratch and sniff” one.

They are interesting to me.

The advertisements are very clever. ๐Ÿ™‚

I found the ads very interesting and funny.

Stories like this is one of the reasons I come to insideevs. There are plenty of sites that give you straight automotive news.

Strictly speaking, the tank is 600 kg (1300 pounds?).

To be even stricter, it doesn’t have a fuel tank.

๐Ÿ˜€

But an energy carrier storage unit? ๐Ÿ˜›

This may be a record for being waaay off topic but how many gas car fires have we had in the U.S. so far this year? Sorry!…..?

more gas car fires today than tesla fires combined

Clever. They’re just the kind of quirky discontinuity of thinking that people need to make them notice things in a new way. I laughed.

No way Telsa had anything to do with this “ad campaign”. Did you call Tesla to verify they commissioned this work? They don’t advertise and no way they paid for this … Aaron points out a couple of things that indicate this isn’t a “real” campaign paid for by Tesla.

Did you bother to read the article?

How old are these “ads”? The Model S they are showing is an early prototype.

They were just made but the guy used prototype photos

Very clever. Well done, students!

I look, I type..
should I come back later to review my initial reaction..
mebbe the vast knowledge that mom & dad imparted does not cover All things humorous

personally,
I looked, I laffed I forwarded
Thanks.

Funny!