Posted on June 9, 2006 Under Life

The World Cup is always an interesting time to see how competitive brands push for market share-- in this case, Adopt-a-German is a part of the Puma World Cup Campaign. It's a project involving 12 bloggers based out of the…

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adicolor Bodegas

Posted on April 24, 2006 Under Design

Watching the slow and decisive adicolor relaunch has been fascinating, all the advertising and marketing has been dead on and executed so well. The latest stunt is some fun product placement which puts the adicolor products in "real-life scenarios"-- slipped…

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New Porsche Spots

Posted on March 25, 2006 Under Art

Rumor has it these are a few of the newest Porsche spots, by Carmichael Lynch. Even if they aren't real-- or they don't ever see it all the way to television, I think they're totally genius. I can't tell you…

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Adicolor Campaign

Posted on March 22, 2006 Under Design

I've long said that corporations need to operate within the laws of the universe in which they're exploring. Adidas (or their European advertising company) clearly understands this with their latest Adicolor campaign-- in fact they just about nailed it in…

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Adicolor Giveaway

Posted on March 21, 2006 Under Fashion

The Adicolor launch is in full effect worldwide and the DIY shoes are flying off store shelves and internet sites like hot cakes. Karmaloop was one of the few online retailers to get a handful of these puppies-- and I've…

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Are You Generic?

Posted on February 28, 2006 Under Design

Are You Generic? created some pretty memorable anti-corporate campaigns, most of which can now be seen on their website. It's an organization that seeks to "protest, to question, and to disprove." They've been giving brand-america the finger since 2001 with…

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The Bubble Project: Talk Back

Posted on December 18, 2005 Under Life

The Bubble Project got some press a few weeks ago, but I never had time to look through the galleries until now. Anyone who has been to New York City lately has seen the hundreds of thought/speech bubbles placed strategically…

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It’s A Matter of Packaging

Posted on September 7, 2005 Under Books

Victionary recently announced their latest release, called "It's a matter of packaging", the fourth installment in the Amatterofdesign Series. The book is divided into three sections: Visual, Touch, and Idea, and features the most interesting packaging work from nearly sixty…

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Human Ad Space

Posted on March 16, 2005 Under Life

An article on Guerilla-Innovation led me to finally address this developing body advertisement trend. This whole human space advertising business--as much as I want to ignore its absurdity, is catching on quickly. Most of us have heard about the 20…

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Designer Barcodes

Posted on February 10, 2005 Under Design

Design Bardcode has developed some pretty unique barcode designs for some products in Japan. They all work perfect, maybe one day we will see them in the use in US. They could easily become trendy.

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