For this Valentine's day promo, Geometry Global Paris decided to show their clients how much they love them-- by attempting to get their employees to French kiss them. Don't worry. It's all in good fun and tongue in cheek.
You'll move for all kinds of valid reasons, but what we really want to know is, if you live in a city in France that doesn't have a Burger King, instead of waiting until it does, would you move to another city to be close to a Burger King and your beloved Whopper?
This is a container in the middle of the desert. At night it gets very cold. During the day, it gets impossibly hot. Yet, this container doesn't contain goods. It contains a journalist who has been imprisoned there for the past twelve years.
There more to the news than just news. There's also ethics in gaming journalism. I kid! This isn't about gamer gate, silly, it's about Slate.com. While I love the infographic art direction, this campaign could be for any online news site. It looks good, but doesn't give me a reason to visit Salon over Slate. Both of them suck anyway.
Our rainbow haired heroine, California model Chloe Norgaard, is a fun loving rule breaker, much like "the Charlie girl" was, except she's now updated to include cheeky vandalism, and cop-teasing with colored smoke-bombs and unwanted kisses.