What do you get when you cross a fashion afficionado with an Illustrator with a dash of 80′s cartoon nerd thrown in for good measure? Well, that would be Hipster He-Man, of course. The clothes all actually exist, and are noted below each image. Pretty good free advertising for those mentioned if you ask me.
Posted on September 25th, 2009 at 11:09 in Technology.
Nice use of Twitter. The banner searches Twitter for “I need alcohol” and “I am pregnant” and then displays them together for an interesting and though-provoking result. Still waiting for the first use of Twuffer in a banner.
New site for Philips adds a welcome twist to the ever so boring shaving ads and lets the user set his inner sensible, poetry-loving sissy free. Nasty thought, but well executed by Daddy – or CP+B Europe, as they are now known as. Note: If the language sounds strange, don’t be afraid. It’s Swedish.
Posted on September 16th, 2009 at 13:09 in Campaigns.
As part of a national campaign promoting McDonald’s restaurants, a downtown Vancouver lamppost became part of an out-of-home (OOH) optical illusion, appearing to pour coffee into a giant cup on the sidewalk. At the time, McDonald’s was giving away free small cups of its brew for a two-week period, in an effort to attract new breakfast customers. Ad firm Cossette’s Vancouver office developed the concept for a lamppost near 6th Avenue and Cambie Street. The post was wrapped in brown vinyl to resemble poured coffee, while an oversized carafe was attached to the end.
Elsewhere in the city, a transit shelter was turned into an ‘hourglass,’ with an ever-diminishing number of coffee beans reminding customers of the promotion’s short-term nature.
This is a great way to combine economic downfall and female skin – or male for that matter. If that’s your thing. New app from Puma turns bankrupcy into something positive. Only thing is, when the index hits rock bottom you’ll have no notes left for the ladies.
Handcrafted with love by BYU design students and faculty, for the 5th Typophile Film Festival. A visual typographic feast about the five senses, and how they contribute to and enhance our creativity. Everything in the film is real—no CG effects!
Shot with a RED One, a Canon EOS 5D Mark II, a Canon EOS 40D, and a Nikon D80. Stop motion created with Dragon Stop Motion.
Creative Director & Faculty Mentor: Brent Barson
Writing & Storyboarding: Brent Barson, Jessica Blackham, Analisa Estrada, Meg Gallagher, John Jensen, Regan Fred Johnson, Colin “The Pin” Pinegar
Plant is a Copenhagen-based creative digital agency. The mission of the company is to conceptualize and develop technology-empowered web content that will enable advertisers to engage international audiences online.