Printing something on the side of a bus can be tricky — the proportions, the placing, the moving doors. However, this is why professionals usually do it because otherwise, this smiling child ends up looking like a decapitated schoolboy.
Whatever this ad was promoting, it’s safe to say that sales won’t significantly increase this year.
Come on, Disney
It took us a couple of seconds to realize what exactly was going on here, but man, once we got it! Really, Disney?! That's where you decided to cut the sign?
Thanks for trying to keep our kids safe, Disney. We appreciate it. Maybe you should look into hiring a better designer. We hope Timon and Pumbaa made it home safely.
Worst Phrasing Ever
Kruger & Matz have just won the prize for the worst phrasing and marketing failure ever. We understand that English may not be your first language, but if you're going to advertise something, make sure it doesn't have a double meaning! Especially one like this!
Also, is it just us, or are these wired earphones being falsely advertised as wireless ones?
They Care, Just Not About Her Eyes
We're sure that was a lovely-looking nurse who fits in perfectly with the kind-hearted nature of the ad. However, the geniuses in charge of design just messed this up beautifully. Now, the nice-looking woman looks like an alien with extremely separated eyes.
And we don't know about you, but that definitely wouldn't be our first choice next time we need to call a nurse.
To be fair, some of those slices of cheese do look like an utterly delicious piece of cake. However, when looking over at that almost empty cup of coffee, thinking they used a tray of cheese as the dipping snacks just make us feel a little sick.
It's a lovely picture, though. Too bad they weren't advertising cheese. Pizza, anyone?