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Sep 3
adteachings:

In print advertising, there are (as far as I know) just three ways to communicate your idea:
1. The idea is carried by the words alone, and any image that is seen is there more for support than for explanation.
2. The idea is communicated through the visuals alone, and few (if any) words are needed to clarify it.
3. The idea is communicated through the words and visuals together. To make sense, the ad needs words to pay off the thought introduced in the visuals (or vice versa).
This lovely ad from BBH in London definitely falls into the third camp, and it’s an unusual ad, in that most ads these days scarcely need a headline at all.
The ad also reminds us of the huge power and potential of great art direction. I have seen this basic thought many times over the years (where some unrelated image is used to symbolize the feeling of being this happy, this excited, and so on), but I’ve never seen it so perfectly executed. The layout is crisp, clean and airy, and the photo tells us everything we need to know about the feeling of joy.
(H/T once again to Martin Murphy!)

adteachings:

In print advertising, there are (as far as I know) just three ways to communicate your idea:

1. The idea is carried by the words alone, and any image that is seen is there more for support than for explanation.

2. The idea is communicated through the visuals alone, and few (if any) words are needed to clarify it.

3. The idea is communicated through the words and visuals together. To make sense, the ad needs words to pay off the thought introduced in the visuals (or vice versa).

This lovely ad from BBH in London definitely falls into the third camp, and it’s an unusual ad, in that most ads these days scarcely need a headline at all.

The ad also reminds us of the huge power and potential of great art direction. I have seen this basic thought many times over the years (where some unrelated image is used to symbolize the feeling of being this happy, this excited, and so on), but I’ve never seen it so perfectly executed. The layout is crisp, clean and airy, and the photo tells us everything we need to know about the feeling of joy.

(H/T once again to Martin Murphy!)


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considertheaesthetic:

Identity by Matt Hammond for Silver Fern Farms.

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un-gif-dans-ta-gueule:

New York City Ballet

un-gif-dans-ta-gueule:

New York City Ballet

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Mar 4

hoveringcat:

Tyree Callahan is a Washington-based artist who replaced the ink pads of a typewriter with coloured paint pads and the letter keys with colour markers. I love that the idea connects language and art.
Found via Bored Panda.

hoveringcat:

Tyree Callahan is a Washington-based artist who replaced the ink pads of a typewriter with coloured paint pads and the letter keys with colour markers. I love that the idea connects language and art.

Found via Bored Panda.


thecoolsumist:

VW Camper Van Tent

If you love music, mud and Mother Nature you’re probably heading to a camp site at some point this summer. But why take shelter in some dull, conventional tent when you can recreate the Summer of Love in the hippie-tastic VW Camper Van Tent


enochliew:

Luno by Martin Jakobsen

The glass container with a ball of cork as a stopper has a shape similar to the small playing pieces in the board game Ludo.


creatimes:

Simple but beautiful ad for a Guatemalan book fair about “Music and other arts”

creatimes:

Simple but beautiful ad for a Guatemalan book fair about “Music and other arts”

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creatimes:


Baby dragons get Heinz Hot Ketchup to be huge, scary monsters when they grow up - by Leo Burnett, Brussels

creatimes:

Baby dragons get Heinz Hot Ketchup to be huge, scary monsters when they grow up - by Leo Burnett, Brussels

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