A rare find of usefulness – Top 50 Fonts of 2016 https://t.co/z9yLHn3Uop
RT @Adweek: Twitter releases “conversational ads” to help users talk about brands: https://t.co/2c1k5rPg37
RT @Adweek: This McDonald’s billboard near Whistler gives snow reports via espresso drink toppings. https://t.co/axW3FUevof
40 Ways to Stay Creative!
Baguetting… Crazy internet obsession with posing with bread sticks
There are definitely some brands that should leverage this 😉
The visual alone causes you to stop, the copy just stops your brain from breaking.
Callegari Berville Grey: “Don’t let wood get old”
But if brands are built of memories, why aren’t companies spending more time and money curating their history online?
In a digital age, the Internet is obvious place to do this, yet many companies are failing to manage their own digital heritage. The money spent establishing their brands over the years is being wasted, as the curation of their history is just being left to Facebook, Wikipedia, and Google’s search algorithm. It’s a massive oversight and lost opportunity.
From 2013: See clearer for less. Keloptic.com
Agency: Y&R Paris
Super original and creative. Love the Van Gogh reference.
Thumbs by Justin Poulsen
Justin Poulsen is a conceptual photographer and illustrator from Toronto, Canada.
To demonstrate this, Justin created “thumb” drives loaded with his portfolio, allowing potential clients to experience both the tactile and visual quality of his craft.
Thumb drives… so literal.
Search copy is the haiku of advertising. – Daniel Morosi
St. John’s-based agency Target recently created a very clever poster/billboard campaign for local business Modern Shoe Hospital
Great spin on the iconic slogan… well done.