Posted on April 28, 2011 by stenner11
Posted on February 1, 2011 by Sean Atkins
How would you demonstrate just how light the MacBook Air really is?
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Posted on January 27, 2011 by Dylan
OK, it’s an initiative of Volkswagen, but this still makes me smile. Making people do things they don’t really want to do by making them fun, what’s not to like? The Speed Camera lottery is a particular favourite….
The Fun Theory
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Posted on January 12, 2011 by Joss Hutton
When artist Jon Jackson, a longtime Los Angeles resident, made plans to relocate to Noo Yoik, he didn’t want “to string LA along” and so “decided to firmly break it off through a graphic billboard series posted on the famous streets of his first love”!
Needless to say, the City of the Angels hasn’t seen anything quite like Johnson’s series since Elektra Records broke the mainstream hold on LA’s billboards with their revolutionary paste-ups for The Doors’ debut album and Love’s “Forever Changes” set in 1966-67.
You can check out Jackson’s full series here.
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Posted on December 2, 2010 by Sean Atkins
Why is Darth Vadar starring in this admittedly beautiful Japanese mobile ad? Please. Someone decode this for me…
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Posted on November 5, 2010 by Sean Atkins
Here’s a really well made short documentary on how trends and creativity become contagious, focussing on New York’s creative influencers (advertising, design, fashion and entertainment). Just read that back and I’ve managed to make it sound really wanky. It’s dead good honest.
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Posted on October 7, 2010 by Joss Hutton
Opened in Nashville by brothers Herbert and Charles Hatch in 1879, Hatch Show Print is America’s oldest printing business and is still creating beautiful letterpress posters and handbills using its huge library of hand-cut blocks. From Elvis, Johnny Cash and Hank Williams, to The White Stripes and REM, Hatch has advertised ’em all. And as Hatch still turns out around 600 print jobs each year, t’ain’t goin’ anyplace soon, bub…
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