When I was a teenager I had no real idea what I wanted to do. Later on in life, I thought I wanted to be a fiction writer. And now, at almost thirty - well, I'm closer than ever to finding that right fit as an advertising creative. But thinking back to those fearful days when the future seemed open, bright and limitless and yet at the same time labyrinthine and confusing - these uplifting videos would have certainly had a positive effect.
My immediate reaction to this ad was "Want!", as I had flashbacks to my pre-college job where I rode a fork truck in a warehouse in protective boots and overalls, wearing hearing protection and carrying the very useful
Here's one for the spoof badland department, this large poster installed in the Sydney suburb of Chippendale was created by graphic designer Michael Agzarian under the political activist group Abbottsolutelynot.com. It spoofs Obama's famous "Hope" poster, but labels Abbott as "Hopeless". As the site says, "our poster depicts the grim situation Australia finds itself in with Tony Abbott as Prime Minister leading an equally inept and uncaring ministry.”
When was the last time Gawker media did anything nice for you?
People tend to talk to gossip news media companies on the internet like they might have lost their virginity to them. They very well may have—an empty surf session around Jezebel while lying on the mattress or in the parking lot reading tweets from Gawker —but it's a one-way relationship. Your sister's face has never appeared on a Gawker website - unless she had her private iCloud nude images hacked - but Valleywag and Buzzfeed and motherfucking The Verge show up in the same streams as your loved ones.
Adnear, the 'leading local intelligence company' from Singapore that gathers data so that you can geotarget your ad messages, has been experimenting data collecting with drones. Prior to this they collected data via trains, bikes and even just walking, and the data collected includes Wi-Fi and cell tower signals.
MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER has bagged a client with the same affinity for caps, namely AAA NCNU. No word yet if they will create fun campaigns with screaming goats, but we'll soon find out and honestly I totally expect they will have fun with this.
The agency will be responsible for developing a campaign that will be used for the NCNU Club (which is already 4 million strong).
Parisian department store Le Bon Marché revamps as a colourful candy store with the help of BETC and photographer Martin Parr.
One of the world's first department stores, Le Bon Marché continues to set the pace with an ongoing series of artistic projects. This latest collection is a reaffirmation of the close and special ties between the shopping emporium and the arts world.