The titanium dioxide coating can absorb the pollution from 20 cars every day.
New Zealand soft drink maker L&P reminds people to 'hold onto summer', with ads that offer something special.
DDB Sydney's backlit bus stop poster reflected another arch in the glass pane when it became dark, creating the full symbol for the fast food giant.
Burt’s Bees used outdoor advertising to demonstrate the benefits of its new Intense Hydration skincare line and giving customers free coupons.
Large white canvases with images of bare trees were placed on street crossings in China; when people crossed the street, paint on the bottom of their shoes created ‘leaves.'
The regular-looking flipbook features special technology to make the pages smell, for a campaign about the perils of bad dental hygiene.
Design studio Apostrophy's creates a prototype that puts outdoor media on traditional housing.
Campaign aiming to boost tourism in Canada engages city-dwellers by developing interactive storescapes.
The Appropriated Poster Campaign is a public art installation where traditional bus stop billboards are transformed into something positive and meaningful.