Posted on April 10th, 2013 at 12:04 in Design.
This weekend, Mad Men returns to AMC for its sixth and penultimate season. With only 26 episodes remaining in the series, some of us are already starting to feel reflective while anticipating the premiere. The impact the show has had on modern culture can’t be overestimated, its influence permeating everything from filmmaking to fashion. But while it’s been steadily making everything old new again, we can’t help but wonder what things would look like if Don Draper and company were heading to work in 2013.
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Posted on December 20th, 2012 at 10:12 in Random Creativity.
So, what do you get when you combine TV’s hottest show with beautiful vintage jazz album covers? Awesomeness! California based Designer Ty Mattson gives us a beautiful project, mixing beautiful vintage Jazz LP covers with Showtime’s hit show Homeland – which we here at Plant loves to watch!
You can enjoy the rest of the series at Mattson’s website.
Posted on September 8th, 2011 at 09:09 in Design.
The Apple logo is one of the most famous logos in the world. Apple fans not only put this logo on their vehicles to show their loyalty, they go to the extreme of tattooing themselves with it, a level of dedication very few brands achieved. The logo is admired for it’s simplicity and many meanings that people attach to it. It’s timeless. For 30 years it has been unchanged and I expect at least another 30 before anything drastic will be done to it.
There are many theories about this logo and many of them are just that. Find out the truth, read the interview with Rob Janoff, the designer of the original Apple logo, who will tell you all about his design.
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.
Advertising Agency: Cossette West, Canada
Pinched from ibeliveinadvertising
Posted on August 3rd, 2009 at 08:08 in Random Creativity.
Tanning design crated with vinyl stickers and solarium. In memory of Paul Arden.
2009 /// James Titterton / Arden & Anstruther Photographic Gallery
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Posted on April 6th, 2009 at 19:04 in Campaigns.
Advertising Agency: TBWA\PARIS, France
Executive Creative Director / Creative Director: Erik Vervroegen
Copywriter: Nicolas Roncerel
Art Directors: Caroline Khelif, Leopold Billard, Julien Conter
Account Supervisor : Laurent Lilti
Pinched from: ibia
Posted on March 15th, 2009 at 09:03 in Random Creativity.
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Posted on January 9th, 2009 at 13:01 in Campaigns.
Advertising Agency: Scholz & Friends, Berlin, Germany
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Posted on November 11th, 2008 at 10:11 in Random Creativity.
I know how i voted, but what do you think? Is graphic design art?