Ben Sellon is a 25-year old copywriter living in Portland and looking for work. Naturally, he mingles with industry types and hands out his card. But in Ben’s case it’s not just a business card that he hands out. Rather, it’s a hand-made statement about his DIY ethos, his willingness to get his hands dirty […]
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.