Posts Tagged ‘branding’

Leica Lenses (English) from leica camera on Vimeo. Just mention Leica to them and watch their eyes go all dreamy. I have to admit, the photographer in me watched this video and suddenly had the urge to go buy camera equipment.

So I just got back from a week-long Disney cruise to Alaska. Before I went, I wasn’t sure if I was the cruise type and I really wasn’t sure if I was the Disney cruise type. But I have to admit, I had a really good time. Disney doesn’t do anything halfway, so everything from […]

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This made my day. It’s a site called Letterheady and it’s a collection of vintage letterhead from every imaginable source – businesses, movies, celebrities – you name it and you can find it here. This stuff is so beautiful and so fantastic, it makes me want to write a real letter again. (Think about it […]

Harley Davidson, Mary Kay, Lipton Tea – the brands are iconic, but would you know the faces that started them? Take a guess at this picture. If you couldn’t pick out Manolo Blahnik is a crowd, this Life Magazine pictorial is for you. It has 33 not-so-classic faces behind 33 classic brands and not only […]

I love when an agency takes a big, boring, old brand and turns it into something better. I’ve worked on enough big brands to know that feat is like the Titanic trying to nimbly maneuver around an iceberg. That’s why I love W+K’s Old Spice work. Not only does this stuff crack me up, there’s […]

After 29 years, MTV has finally dropped “Music Television” from their redesigned logo. I’m glad they did this so soon. Because, you know, it’d be terrible for a brand that defined my generation to become the butt of comedians’ jokes about how they haven’t shown actual videos for a decade. Via.

I’ve said it before. I’ll say it again. It’s truly refreshing when brands pay attention to the details. If the Michelberger Hotel in Berlin puts this much care into a door hanger, I’m betting they put just as much thought into the entire experience. Via.

The rave train.


Way back in another life, I was a raver. Every weekend (and many weeknights) was clubs, underground parties, glow sticks and um… other substances. Those days are long gone, but when I see stuff like what the Ministry of Sound is doing on London’s Jubilee line, it makes me wish I was 10 years younger. […]

No labels.


AdLand has the scoop on a so-simple-it’s-genius idea from Absolute Vodka. Showing its support for the LGBT community, Absolute decided to promote a “no label” philosophy by making a limited edition label-less bottle. ”For the first time we dare to face the world completely naked. We launch a bottle with no label and no logo, […]


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