First, I love how when I click on something on the Lobulo site, it crosses it out so I can remember I’ve been there. Every website should have that feature because I am very forgetful (I click on the same damn thing multiple times before I remember that I’ve already been there.) Second, I like all the colours and quirky fonts. Muu Milk is my pick for best colours and most fun design and Tokoyo is extremely pretty, right down to the shocking pink wall.
As artists, I think we all struggle with the tangled web that is inspiration and creation. What already exists, what needs to be put on the table, what is a little premature, and – most importantly – what will put bread on the table. Paul Ripke‘s photographs are vibrant, simple, and, most importantly commercially viable. Does that make up for [ Continue Reading ]
This massive ball of traffic doom is an awesome promotional advertisement for Mio GPS Technology by Singapore based artist Hockstuff. Mio is a navigational technology company that designs GPS systems for cars, PDA’s, and individual hand held navigation systems. Mio is also making efforts to be more green. Read more about Greener Mio.
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For a while now, Starbucks has been playing the silent martyr. They’ve been promoting Fair Trade, Conservation International, and Product (Red) for years without really taking advantage of the good PR that those kind of practices can produce. These days, possibly one of the world’s most well-known coffee providers are starting a new, simple ad campaign that will promote not only the value of their products, but also their own values.For a while now, Starbucks has been pl',description:' For a while now, Starbucks has been pl'})">
Many of us love graffiti art, and some even do it illegally on city walls, or write our initials bathroom stalls, Well Sharpie has created an advertisement to satisfy the creativity in all of us. Interactive e-cast billboards have been widespread around cities, to allow people to experience of creating their own graffiti. [ Continue Reading ]