Back in ad school, we occasionally had The Baddys, which was an excuse to drink and display some rather pathetic concepts. But now with The Tracy Awards, anyone can upload a bad ad or comment on one. Here’s a pretty easy target: There is, for each ad posted, an attempt to explain how or why […]
Archives for September 2010
The Wall Street Journal is noting that today’s urban hipster is in search of timeless Americana and finding it in heritage brands. After years where a sexual ambiguity ruled, today’s menswear designers are taking cues from yellow-paged copies of Field & Stream and L.L. Bean catalogs. Pioneering names like Barbour, Filson and Stetson are catchwords […]
Valencia, CA is Awesometown. According to Los Angeles Times, Newhall Land Development has used a variety of marketing slogans over the years to sell homes and recruit new residents to Valencia, its master-planned community in the city of Santa Clarita. But none grabbed the public’s attention quite like “Awesometown.” Witness, Who the fuck decided that […]
Martin Krejci of Stink has just finished another visual treat, this time to promote the launch of the new Nokia N8 via Wieden + Kennedy/London.
The Google is unveiling a new 35-foot-wide, 13-foot-tall billboard in Times Square today. According to The New York Times, the billboard will stand low to the ground and invite passers-by to touch it and watch videos about the display ad business. The billboard is part of Google’s broader ad campaign called Watch This Space, which […]
Chris Brogan, blogger, speaker and President of “Boston’s Premier Social Marketing Agency,” lets math help guide his business decisions. Yes, that stuff you endured in high school has real value. I sometimes fall into the trap of thinking something I’m doing is really worthwhile, until I look at the number value of the things I’m […]