The 5 best print ads of 2014 so far

We're a month into 2014 and already there have been some incredible print ads. We take a look at some of the best...

We've seen some incredible examples of print advertising over the past few years with everything from photography to typography making all the difference when it comes to making a splash in the pages. Here we take a look at the best of 2014 so far...

01. Ashtanga Yoga

best print ads 2014

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Created by Israel based advertising agency McCann Erickson, this print ad for Ashtanga Yoga hones in on the benefits of yoga practise for your back. With a tag line "Before your back attacks you, Ashtanga Yoga at the Garage fitness club", it's a brilliantly inventive ad.

02. Finishizer

best print ads 2014

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This striking print advertisement was created by renowned advertising agency Olgilvy & Mather. Altering an iconic photo into something entirely different perfectly captures the tag line "The Best Finish You Can Imagine". This would certainly catch our eye in a magazine.

03. Tigo

best print ads 2014

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With a tag line "Roadside assistance on your phone", the team at advertising agency BIEDERMANN did a superb job of incorporating the interface of our smartphones into the pages of our magazines. The simple illustrations really highlight this.

04. Clinica Mosquera

best print ads 2014

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Although this print advertisement might be a bit too graphic for some, we love how Ecuador advertising agency BBA has applied playful imagery to a sore subject. The 3D rendering is brilliant with everything from the colour to the shading popping out of the page.

05. Proximity Madrid

best print ads 2014

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"This campaign was designed to inform rather than to judge," explain advertising agency Proximity. "We wanted to draw the advertising community's attention to gender inequality among male and female jurors at Advertising Festivals."

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