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neenia:

sunburst…

Wow, great shot

neenia:

sunburst…

Wow, great shot

reaktorplayer:

100-Feet-Long-Blue-Whale-Kite by the New Zealand engineer and inventor Peter Lynn

Just for the awesome.

reaktorplayer:

100-Feet-Long-Blue-Whale-Kite by the New Zealand engineer and inventor Peter Lynn

Just for the awesome.

7 Marketing Lessons the Real Mad Men Taught Me

Direct response marketing is a huge industry that’s raking in nearly $200 billion dollars every year…even during recessions. It’s based on a few principles that the real Mad Men like David Ogilvy, Claude Hopkins and George Lois have used over the last century of advertising.

glennz:

Modern Mailbox - Now Voting.   Watch illustration video
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glennz:

Modern Mailbox - Now Voting. Watch illustration video

Visit Glennz Tees | Twitter | Facebook | Flickr | Behance | Dribbble

industrialist:

Minimal Analog Watch by Roderick (from Malta) for Tokyoflash

industrialist:

Minimal Analog Watch by Roderick (from Malta) for Tokyoflash

Wow

karenhurley:

With both men and women now wearing their shorts at breathtaking heights, fashion chain Superette was presented with a unique opportunity to draw attention to their sale on short shorts. DDB Auckland ads were placed on the virgin thighs that are exposed in this latest trend, by putting indented plates across the inner city and fashion district bus stops, mall seats and park benches, so that when people sat down the message was imprinted on their thighs. This meant that as well as having branded seats, a veritable army of free media was created for Superette, with thousands of imprints being created and lasting up to an hour. Plus, by the nature of where the ads were placed, only the hippest young cats were seen advocating the brand.
Advertising Agency: DDB, Auckland, New ZealandExecutive Creative Director: Toby Talbot

Very clever advertising

karenhurley:

With both men and women now wearing their shorts at breathtaking heights, fashion chain Superette was presented with a unique opportunity to draw attention to their sale on short shorts. DDB Auckland ads were placed on the virgin thighs that are exposed in this latest trend, by putting indented plates across the inner city and fashion district bus stops, mall seats and park benches, so that when people sat down the message was imprinted on their thighs. This meant that as well as having branded seats, a veritable army of free media was created for Superette, with thousands of imprints being created and lasting up to an hour. Plus, by the nature of where the ads were placed, only the hippest young cats were seen advocating the brand.

Advertising Agency: DDB, Auckland, New Zealand
Executive Creative Director: Toby Talbot

Very clever advertising

Informational/educational advertising

Informational/educational advertising

I love this style of un-designed brands and packaging.

Creative uses of typography to make the brand feel more authentic are refreshing.

This one tip can make your business cards stand out (literally)

99% of business cards are the same. Same size, same shape.

Most businesses focus on two things to
Attempt to make their card stand out - colour and design.

But, there is one sense that very few business cards appeal to - touch!

Appealing to touch activates another sense in your recipient’s brain, increasing the likely hood they will remember you.

An excellent way to appeal to touch which also looks great is creative embossing of your cards.

Check out 58 more clever attention-grabbing. Examples of embossed business cards over on Web designer wall: http://webdesignerwall.com/trends/60-beautiful-creative-embossed-business-cards

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