12 Weird Flyers for Weird Things
These flyers are just downright, well, odd.

Sara Barnes

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Ever passed by a particularly funny flyer? Maybe you weren’t looking to buy a mustache or live in a steamboat, but you couldn’t help stop dead in your tracks to read the details of these strange things.

This week we’re looking at flyers that do just that – the weird advertisements, lost signs and PSAs that make life just a little more interesting. If you want a weirdness overload, imagine some of these flyers being posted in these places!


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huffingtonpost.com


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mysteamboatbroker.com


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oddee.com


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pocketfives.com


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adelaideflashmob.com


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agirlnamedbeebo.blogspot.com


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hoodline.com


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hoodline.com


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boredpanda.com


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buzzfeed.com


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missingunicorn.com


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buzzfeed.com


With most of these pieces, there wasn’t a lot of thought put into design or promotion, which is a shame! Just think how a great design would elevate these flyers from joke to totally (and oddly) serious.

So even if you’re wanting to make a weird flyer like these, remember to put your best aesthetic foot forward. People will focus on what you’re saying and not how you said it.

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About the Author
Sara Barnes
Sara Barnes
Sara Barnes is a creative person living in Baltimore, Md. She loves embroidery, collaboration and the Web. For the past three and a half years, she's maintained the blog Brown Paper Bag. Updated daily, she shares textiles, illustration, design, products and more. In addition to blogging, she also enjoys collaborating with people everywhere, planning like Sampler, a love letter to contemporary embroidery, and the Collage Scrap Exchange, which pairs collage artists around the world. Follow her on Google+, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr.

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