Ever stumble upon an advertisement so shocking that you can't believe it was allowed to be printed -- or even created at all?
It's called "shockvertising." As the name suggests, these ads are designed to shock you and create controversy in order to get you to remember them, mostly using violence, sex or taboos. Many went too far over the line in their quest to be "edgy" and were banned or rejected outright, but ended up out on the web anyway.
The People For the Ethical Therapy of animals do a lot of “shockvertising”: employing controversial photos to burrow a message into your brain, by way of practically naked men and women, bloody animal corpses, or an intensely dark sense of humor.  The nonprofit revels in... http://newsworldtoday.net/17-of-the-most-shocking-peta-ads/
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