This article shows five advertisements that you wouldn’t expect LEGO to use.

There is a lot you would expect the advertising industry to do – including using sexual attractions like beautiful people in wet or barely any clothes. Well, now a Danish toy-producer has found a new way to attract male, adult customers. In their latest ad campaign (we don’t really know if that was made by the original Danish company) they want to work against the prejudice that Lego is a toy for children. Take a look at them and see for yourself.

As you can see, the creator of this (fake or not) advertising campaign is trying to set a mark and justify his or her addiction to Lego. That could be one reason for setting up that campaign as well. What do you think? Is that appropriate?

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  • lapasan on Nov 27, 2010

    This ad is Ok if it is only viewed by adults. However, if it is for the general view then its highly inappropriate and should not be shown at all.

  • lillyrose on Nov 27, 2010

    Well the female form is very attractive to look at and my hubby said he thought it was okay but Lego is a family product and my youngest boy is mad for it, at the age of 11 he would probably like the lady too but I don’t think it is really appropriate to link sex and lego. I doubt the lady has been made out of lego, so it is also false advertising! but great find and share!

  • UNMESH on Nov 27, 2010

    NICE DEAR

  • albert1jemi on Nov 28, 2010

    great share

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