Friday, October 29, 2010

Fake Vintage Ads For Facebook, YouTube, Twitter & Skype

What would the advertising campaigns for modern websites such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Skype have looked like if they’d been created back when our parents were kids? What if some of the most famous online services were launched in 1959? I usually find it hard to define or capture how social media plays such a vast role in our lives.

The concept was developed by a Brazilian agency called Moma to promote Maxi Midia Seminars, and the campaign ties together with the sharp tagline “Everything changes fast. Update.” Brazilian ad agency Moma designed some fake posters advertising Facebook, YouTube and Skype as part of an ad campaign for Maximidia Seminars called "Everything Ages Fast."

Check them all out here!


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