Simplicity Beyond Borders: 19 Notable Minimalist Print Advertisements

Advertisements are usually the hardest tools to make when it comes to having a business. These materials can either make or break your connection with the people making it important to carefully plan your set. You must know what would work best for you and consider how it would deliver the message to your target market.

Since there are various forms of ads being used nowadays, it can be quite confusing when choosing the perfect one. Yet, if you are caught up with a limited budget then maybe you’d want to consider going for prints instead. Just think about the perfect design element for the print ads and you can have an easier time using these for your business.

Now when deciding on the design, it would be great to try out the art of minimalism or simply known as minimal art. By applying this on your print advertisements, you won’t have to be too detailed and elaborate with the overall look. Still, by maintaining simplicity on your work you could be able to effectively express your message and build the right image for your business.

To give you an idea on how minimalism can be effective for print advertisements, here are 20 inspiring and notable examples:

Volkswagen

Minimal Advertisements

Fritz-Kola

Minimal Advertisements

Nori

Minimal Advertisements

Listerine

Minimal Advertisements

FedEx

Minimal Advertisements

Audi

Minimal Advertisements

Nestea

Minimal Advertisements

Bic

Minimal Advertisements

Jeternel Beauty Clinic

Minimal Advertisements

Feeling Magazine

Minimal Advertisements

Scrabble

Minimal Advertisements

Prime Personal Banking

Minimal Advertisements

HAWC

Minimal Advertisements

Colsubidio Book Exchange

Minimal Advertisements

Mercedes-Benz Trucks

Minimal Advertisements

IKEA

Minimal Advertisements

Cocoa Metro

Minimal Advertisements

Alka Seltzer

Minimal Advertisements

Venezia Café

Minimal Advertisements

With these creative minimalist print advertisements, you can already have a better idea on how to make your own ad. Just make a clear plan, stick to it, and use design elements that would clearly express your thoughts for your work to be simple yet effective.

About the Author:

Roxanne is an online writer who loves to share ideas on photography, art, and fashion. She graduated with a degree on Communication Arts and plans to learn more about her chosen field. She creates useful and interesting content for PrintRunner. When not at work, she spends time reading novels or watching great films and television series.

Published July 2nd, 2012 by

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  • AJ Troxell, July 2, 2012

    Great examples, I think the Listerine one is pretty clever. And a little cartoonish, which is fun.

  • So essential…minimalist advertising…with a few words. Good examples..Thanks for sharing!

  • Malice Art, July 11, 2012

    I really like the Nori one!

  • rickymartin, September 3, 2012

    Very nice love it.