Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Beware the cliche
Buzzword bingo is a way of life in the corporate world.
And every industry has its own lexicon of acronyms 'n stuff.
It looks like even they fall prey to cliché. Especially when it comes to sound.
Monday, May 23, 2016
New low in advertising
Much as I love the infinite possibilities of the modern age of advertising there are definitely times I long for the simplicity of the Madmen era.
This is especially so when I see what are so obviously blatant paid product plugs on Instagram.
The Insta above by US reality show 'celeb' Scott Discick has taken it to an all time low.
Either that or it's the best example of honesty in advertising I've ever seen.
Although somehow I don't think that's what it is.
Honestly. How dumb is this guy?
He actually posted the agency/client instructions along with the photo.
I wonder what Don Draper would think?
Friday, May 20, 2016
Man's best friend delivers
I honestly thought they'd stopped making beer ads like this one from Kronenbourg.
Great production values. Corny yet charming storyline. And a much revered celebrity thrown in for good measure.
Seriously what's not to love?
Thursday, May 19, 2016
It taunts you. It can haunt you. But put something on it and the feeling of elation is like no other.
At least until you have a better idea!
The artwork above is by Christoph Niemann. It's called Creative Process and you can buy it at his website.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Intel in the sky
100 drones in the Palm Springs desert makes for a stunning display in the sky.
Nice idea for Intel but not so sure I want my night skies filled with bloody drones buzzing here there and everywhere.
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
Monday, May 16, 2016
Spotify loves you
I saw a post in my Linkedin feed the other day about someone who had just cancelled their Spotify subscription.
After unsubscribing the Spotify app started playing I Want You Back by Michael Jackson.
But wait there's more!
It then auto-loaded a playlist called Can We Still Be Friends?
Seriously. How cute is that?
Almost enough to get a person to change their mind if you ask me.
Friday, May 13, 2016
But wine in a can it is for The Drop.
It's a Rosé for young blokes.
Can't imagine any fella in Australia drinking this stuff.
But it's made in America where wine tastes are obviously different from ours.
Love the tagline though - Quality Grapage. No Breakage.