Ikea advertising, marketing campaigns and videos

A collection of the best Ikea creative work, such as advertising, marketing campaigns and videos.

Articles: 49 Results
Ikea "Steps" by Mother

Ikea "Steps" by Mother

Mother London for Ikea

Ikea asked shoppers to travel to its most sustainable store in the most sustainable way: on foot.

Ikea "Wildhomes for wildlife" by Mother

Ikea "Wildhomes for wildlife" by Mother

Mother London for Ikea

Ikea partnered with local artists to create animal homes using the retailer's recycled furniture - because all neighbours, even furry

Ikea "The Ikea wallet" by Mother

Ikea "The Ikea wallet" by Mother

Mother for Ikea

Ikea's new campaign combines brand recognition with eco-friendliness.

Ikea "Tonight is to sleep" by Mother

Ikea "Tonight is to sleep" by Mother

Mother London for Ikea

Pyjama-clad revellers turn up at a hip nightclub in Ikea's latest campaign encouraging the value of sleep.

Ikea "Catnap" by Mother

Ikea "Catnap" by Mother

Mother for Ikea

Ikea's "New wonders can come out of the blue" campaign continues with a surreal story about a young woman who

Ikea "Spinning cups" by Mother

Ikea "Spinning cups" by Mother

Mother London for Ikea

The iconic blue Ikea bag is a magical device with a limitless supply of products in the brand's latest campaign,

Ikea "Sömnig" by Memac Ogilvy

Ikea "Sömnig" by Memac Ogilvy

Memac Ogilvy for Ikea

Ikea's print ad serves a useful purpose by aiming to help people get a good night's sleep.

Ikea x Teleman "Repeater" by Mother

Ikea x Teleman "Repeater" by Mother

Mother for Ikea

As part of its campaign promoting the power of textiles to transform homes, Ikea has collaborated with indie-pop band Teleman

Ikea "Ghosts" by Mother

Ikea "Ghosts" by Mother

Mother for Ikea

A gang of stylish ghosts gatecrashes a dull house party in an Ikea campaign encouraging people to express their personalities

Ikea "Hooray! To the wonderful everyday" by Mother

Ikea "Hooray! To the wonderful everyday" by Mother

Mother London for Ikea

Why should celebration be saved only for the big occasions?