Advertisements are used to catch the attention of the viewers. Ironic and funny products will often evoke fun and laughter. Ilya Kalimulin and few other designers used their creativity to bring about some really funny products of famous brands.
1) Image Credit [
via ] Lipton Cigarettes
The thought of famous tea brand Lipton coming up with cigarettes that smells like tea was creative.
2) Image Credit [
via ] M&M’s Bullets
M&M are famous for their colourful button shaped candies. How about them coming up bullets that have candy coloured projectiles?
3) Image Credit [
via ] Tic Tac Bomb
A green colored time bomb was named ‘Tic Tac’.
4) Image Credit [
via ] McDonald’s MacBook
McDonald has its version of MacBook which has the color and logo of the iconic brand on the skin.
5) Image Credit [
via ] Google Goooooo
While the ‘rings’ in Google may have compelled the creators to come up with Google as a ring game maker
6) Image Credit [
via ] Kaspersky Insect Killer
Virtual virus killer coming up a real life insect killer was hilarious
7) Image Credit [
via ] Adobe Skincare Master Collection
Adobe’s image as a digital facelift company that might have prompted them to come up with their skincare line.
8) Image Credit [
via ] Chanel Soap
The designers have ‘Chanel’ fashion accessories coming up with a rather uninspiring soap.
9) Image Credit [
via ] Crocs Umbrella
Crocs is a brand famous for making footwear distinguished by a lot of holes in the shoe. Designers thought of creating an umbrella with a twist; it has trade mark holes in it!
10) Image Credit [
via ] Heineken Fire Extinguisher
Heineken is famous for putting out ones sorrows and sadness and designers thought of coming up with a fire extinguisher.
11) Image Credit [
via ] IKEA Piano
Ikea has a piano in its line up and you guessed it right, you will have to assemble it by yourself.
12) Image Credit [
via ] Marshall Fridge
Designers thought of Marshal Fridge that resembles its famous amplifier with knobs and buttons of its amplifier.
The creative ideas were produced with utmost perfection that one tends to think that the products are already in the market.