Not to go all Adbusters on you or anything, but I like to see people actively resisting advertising. I think it’s a healthy reaction to the onslaught of commercial messages. Debranded Home is doing its part by offering a set of generic labels printed on high-quality waterproof vinyl. Our objective is to provide you with […]
TBWA/Vancouver won a Bronze Clio for this outdoor board. While I’d love to see outdoor advertising vanish from the earth, we may as well do something fun with it until that post-apocalyptic day comes.
Jack Mello of the Clio Awards alerted me this morning to the list of winners in this, the 49th year, of said gala. As I poked around the ftp site looking at work, I encountered something unexpected–no, not a wicked print campaign, Ralph Steadman. Turns out the artist is appearing today at noon in the […]
[via Rob Walker, who suggested in his NYT Magazine column last year that the fact that many people hate Crocs was probably seen as a plus for those who wore Crocs (”maverick cachet,” etc.)]
According to Ad Age, internet-ad revenue notched $21.2 billion in 2007, an annual growth rate of 26%. That was good enough for the medium to top radio, which was expected, but the figure also puts internet ahead of cable’s $20.9 billion take. “We’ve learned not to be surprised by the vitality and vibrancy of internet […]