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Tiny Billboards Made Of Blocks Advertise Legoland Vacations [Pics]

Tiny Billboards Made Of Blocks Advertise Legoland Vacations [Pics]
Advertising

Ad agency DLKW Lowe's miniature poster campaign invites Londoners to tweet a photo if they spot one.

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 april 2012

Advertising agency DLKW Lowe created this great poster campaign for Legoland Windsor, installing tiny Lego billboards around London and inviting passers-by to tweet #legolandminibreaks with a photo if they spotted one of them. The agency shared a Google Map of their locations to help people find the miniature advertisements. The nation’s smallest ever billboards promote different aspects of Legoland Minibreaks, including its resort packages, its new hotel, and the fact that kids go free.

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