A funny commercial for IKEA Italy that shirks the homogeneity of most ad spots, and suggests that we not only let our freak flags fly, but that we use IKEA’s products in unconventional ways. They should start selling that tennis racket spaghetti strainer – and call it NÜDLL.
“Put your Hemnes in the air, Kaustby got all day.” Ikea promotes the upcoming opening of its outlet in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with this so-bad-it’s-good jingle filled with puns based on the shop’s product names.
IKEA Singapore pays tribute to Stanley Kubrick’s classic horror film The Shining, following a child on his tricycle as he winds his way through the store. This confirms what we already knew – shopping at IKEA can be the stuff of nightmares.
Daniel Hubbard created this parody of the space epic Gravity, in which the unrelenting, disorienting blackness of space is replaced with the unrelenting, disorienting blue and yellow of Sweden’s mega store. And meatballs.
A husband and wife are trying to redecorate their garden, but the garden gnomes are having none of it in this glorious ad for IKEA UK. We want all of those gnomes. Especially the grieving one.
A simple shelf with a hidden compartment to store your gadgets’ chargers and cables. The inside is lined with felt, and has a hole in the bottom so you can easily lead cords to a socket.
Ever wonder what might happen if you let 100 cats run amok in an empty IKEA store? Yeah, us neither. But this is the Internet, and where there’s a will (and a cat) there’s a way.
Paired with the Vika table legs, the Vika Veine is a versatile piece of furniture. It has cable outlets in the back, pockets, paper holders, and its felt insides can be used as a notice board.
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