Tenfold Collective in Longmont, Colorado is out with a new self-promo campaign that pokes and prods potential customers in a friendly but serious way. “As a design firm that works with small businesses and non-profits, we often encounter clients who aren’t happy with their logo, web site, or brochure,” says Josh Emrich, principal in the […]
The corporate naming game has run amok for years, but the recent name change from “Sears Tower” to “Willis Tower” in Chicago has touched a nerve. Or 96,814 nerves, as the case may be–that’s how many people on Facebook don’t like the idea. Another 48,747 on ItstheSearsTower.com have signed a petition to bring back the […]
The Escape Pod’s Vinny Warren on the joy of creating the print ad above: When I was starting out in advertising in the early 90s I always fancied myself as an old-school hard sell print ad guy from a bygone era. But alas was born in the wrong decade. Ultimately I got diverted into doing […]
In response to Danny G.’s earlier post today on the greatness of well rendered copy, I thought I’d respond with some examples of my own. Credits: Wieden & Kennedy, Radical Media and director Errol Morris.
The inspiration for lyrical poetry can come from the strangest of places. Thanks to Hillshire Farms, we can now add sliced meats to the list. It’s not everyday that we see copy like this, so let’s examine the script line by line: Approaching GoMeat ahead Special request Cracked pepper turkey breast mmm looks glam She’ll […]
I am Generation Forward. I look not backward, but forward. I reject the selfish ways of the past. The environment, the economy, our very security… they’re the consequences of people not thinking about consequences. The world I’m inheriting makes me different. I’m not afraid of what might happen, but energized by what could happen. For […]