“It’s Civic season” is an interesting choice of words. Let’s say that phrase is the one that sticks in a consumer’s head. Taken out of context it could mean it’s time to buy a Civic. [via Make the Logo Bigger]
Archives for October 2010
Some people are dumping on The Gap’s new logo. Someone’s out there defending it.
Taking its cue from hip-hop artists, Kodak launches a new campaign whereby if something’s cool, it’s “So Kodak.” PR Newswire has the story: Rihanna, Drake, Trey Songz and Pitbull are the faces of Kodak’s new integrated marketing campaign promoting KODAK EASYSHARE Digital Cameras to young, socially connected consumers. The campaign, which launched on October 4th, […]
According to The New York Times, this multimillion-dollar ad campaign is a long time coming for the 14-year-old MSNBC. “When you’re clear about who you are, you actually make money,” said Sharon Otterman, the chief marketing officer for MSNBC, who started work there one year ago.
Here’s some new work from Sons and Daughters director Matthew Swanson for Apple Auto Glass via JAN Kelley Marketing of Burlington, Ontario. I have to think these spots will get the attention of motorists in need of windshield repair. There’s just strange enough to break through.
Volvo equals safe. But fast new cars are more than safe, they’re fun to drive–a fact Arnold Worldwide is leveraging to help launch the All-New Naughty Volvo S60. The campaign portrays the S60 as something unexpected from Volvo and is intended to broaden Volvo’s appeal to driving enthusiasts, competing directly with the Mercedes C-Class, BMW […]