This is one of the best videos i’ve seen during the olympics. It’s.. great.
Peter Fuss had the idea to place the station in Gdansk in Poland these posters. With a message of peace, these posters are a reminder not to think with stereotypes, and the need to step back from what we hear.
Pretty funny. But campaigns that rest on a pun are certain to present difficulties in other languages. For example, I’m told that the Japanese announce that special moment by saying, “I’m going.”
Durex - “Coming early?”
Advertising Agency: Euro RSCG İstanbul, Turkey
Executive Creative Director: Ediz Kurtbarlas
Creative Group Heads: Cihan Kavaklıpınar, Zeynep Erdemir
Art Director: Serhat Akavcı
Copywriter: Caner Apaydın
Photographer: Murat Süyür / Rpresenter
The shit kids say, eh? Maybe we should listen more.
Wow. This was really powerful. Good ad.
Can someone please show me how to do type like this? I need to know. It’s driving me mad.
It’s possible to be supremely conceptual with just words, and this wonderful campaign proves it. Thanks to http://adoholik.com/ for the jpegs. Full credits below.
Agency: Spillmann/Felser/Leo Burnett, Switzerland
Creative Director: Peter Brönnimann
Copywriter: Thomas Schöb, Simon Smit
Art Director: Reto Clement, Daniele Barbiereo
These are absolutely genius.
This is the Bold City Brewery in Jacksonville that my gallon beer growler is from. They are all delicious and fabulous. Be jealous.
The design is by Shepherd, a local graphic design ad agency also in Jacksonville.
This is Doggleganger. It pairs your face with a similar pup companion. I’d say this is a pretty close match.
The Pedigree Foundation is actually a stellar organization focused on finding homes for dogs from no kill shelters, and educating people about the dangers of puppy mills. I did an advertising campaign for them in my graphic design senior portfolio.