Creative Revolving Door Ads



This ads use the whole building while the revolving doors are just part of it. Done by Scholz & Friends Hamburg advertising agency for Siemens Mixer MQ 9555.

Herbal Essences


This Herball Essences ads is a very simple yet spectacular idea, to show women just how easy it could be to colour their hair with Herbal Essences.



Images of different women were placed on revolving doors, every time the doors were turned it appeared as the guy is sleeping with a different girl.



Meiji created life-sized stickers of a sumo wrestler, a rugby player, a judokan and a wrestler. These stickers were affixed on the revolving doors of buildings to interact with their consumers. Once they pushed against the door, it seemed like these sportsmen push back and don’t allow them to come in. But of course, the door opened in the usual way. The copy line says simply “Milk makes you stronger. Meiji.”

Kukkiwon World Taekwondo Headquarters


Check out the black belt / there are 70 million Taekwondo masters all over the world

Anti-violence Group


The Print Ad was done by Grey Beijing advertising agency for Network For Combatting Domestic Violence in China. Slightly horrific scene depicts a man chasing a little kid . "Stop violence against children. Call the police". Fortunately, the guy never got the little boy.

Planetarium Prague


The Outdoor Advert titled Get into the Universe was done by Euro Rscg Prague advertising agency for Planetarium Prague in Czech Republic to show the visitors a view of the universe, as they would be the very part of it.



This revolving door generates energy just through revolving, therefore the Eneco energy company placed a long copy poster so that the people keep turning the door and create extra energy while reading the copy

Air Asia


Air New Zealand


Trading site and national carrier Air New Zealand set up an online auction of cheap flights, with all profit raised going to children in need. The idea required an eye-catching outdoor element to target corporates, hence Mr Smith Auckland used the main doors of a large, centrally-located office block. "We also needed to combine the themes of childhood and flight, but because we were dealing with sick children, couldn't actually show children on holiday," said copywriter Rebecca Kamm.

Joffrey Ballet School


No one else could better illustrate the graceful ballerina spinning like a revolving door.


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