Gender Ads Project: www.genderads.com/
Ad*Access Vintage Advertising Collection from Duke University Libraries: library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/adaccess/
Vintage Ad Browser: www.vintageadbrowser.com/
100 Brilliant Print Adverts: http://www.creativebloq.com/inspiration/print-ads-1233780
100 Most Shocking Adverts of All Time: www.businessinsider.com/ads-designed-to-shock-you-2014-9?op=1
15 Most Creative Print Ads of the Year: www.buzzfeed.com/copyranter/the-15-most-creative-print-ads-of-the-year#.juKaPV1RN
Worlds 17 Best Print Campaigns of 2013-2014: www.adweek.com/news/advertising-branding/worlds-17-best-print-campaigns-2013-14-158466
The World’s Best Print Ads 2011-2012: www.adweek.com/news-gallery/advertising-randing/worlds-best-print-ads-2011-12-141660#grand-prix-benetton-1-of-3-1
10 Most Offensive Ads of 2011: www.designer-daily.com/a-collection-of-smart-creative-print-ads-31740
Designer Daily Best Ads: www.designer-daily.com/a-collection-of-smart-creative-print-ads-31740
And for other images:
Creative Commons Search: search.creativecommons.org/
Taken from the Center for Media Literacy:
There's more to advertising's message than meets the casual eye. An effective ad, like other forms of communication, works best when it strikes a chord in the needs and desires of the receiving consumer -- a connection that can be both intuitive and highly calculated.
The following questions can help foster an awareness of this process.
Berger, Arthur Asa. "How to Analyze an Advertisement." CML. Center for Media Literacy, n.d. Web. 4 June 2015.