Posts Tagged ‘copywriting’

I’ll pass, but thanks for the offer. Via.

Or maybe someone might want to rethink this visual/headline combo.

Um… you might want to reread that. I’m just sayin’. Via.

I ♥ this.


Christmas can’t come soon enough. Via.

Just don’t eat the bean dip. We’re warning you. Via.

Ya don’t say?


Knowing Ikea’s history of funny, witty advertising, you know this was done on purpose. And it’s those little things that just make me like them all the more. Kudos to the copywriter who went the extra mile – even on something as basic as signage for a hot dog. God is in the details.

I don’t see this too often from copywriters anymore, but I still see it all the time from clients, account people and friends – two spaces after a period. Let’s just cut to the chase: it’s wrong. Don’t do it. Slate has an interesting article on why. (Well, interesting to students of writing and writing geeks […]

I’ve posted about the Allstate “Mayhem” campaign before, but they have impressed me to no end with every execution they put out. The scenarios are spot on – out there but not too far out there. The writing is simply awesome. The acting is top notch. And they’ve paid attention to all the details – […]

This is awesome. The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam asked Barbara Kruger to “express [herself] in innovative and experimental ways in the unfinished space of the Stedelijk. So she wrapped the floor and walls with giant, oversized text. When I start my agency, I want to do this in a conference room. Via.

Although I don’t necessarily agree that it’s ok to incorrectly use the language.


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