whether it's good or not is kind of besides the point. it tells a story. it confronts assumptions. it got people to talk. seems like that's enough.
i can only imagine this commercial will be spoken of for quite a long time.
in case you were wondering.
the first commercial i say on tv and immediately tracked down online.
first saw it air during the olympics.
doesn't matter if two of the people in it are no longer looked on as heros.
great set of clips, images, pacing, song, emotion, inspiration...brings tears
ran into these photos again. i'll always remember this as a great exhibition, a solid step forward for the direction fabrication and design was taking at the museum. and a beautiful event with great guests in attendance from the climbing community.
if you want more images from the exhibition, check them out here.
glen denny, photographer of this culture during this time, find him here.
doesn't matter if it's apple or samsung.
doesn't matter if the product works. that's for another critique.
this ad is a great story. sells the idea & explains the product without saying a thing.
honestly, all macaroni is inspiring.
using macaroni as a tool to explore the architects process is quite lovely.
When someone takes the time to organize a nice collection of inspirations, sharing seems like the nice thing to do.
Sooner or later every graphic designer is asked to design a signage for a storefront or general way finding. Here are some awesome signage design inspiration I have been collecting from everywhere. Hope you enjoy them.
just happy to see people building fun advertising.
Kudos for throwing it out there with something new. I look forward to seeing where this winds up and finding out how much time was put into producing this project.
Yahoo! is happy to introduce '30 days of change' where we will be displaying a variation of the new Yahoo! logo on our homepage and throughout our network in the U.S. for the next month, so enjoy 30 new Yahoo! logos in 30 days!
...learn to delegate. While some on your team can compartmentalize, as a leader, you cannot. Start by letting go of concerns for things you already know.
Uncertainty is always there. I often wonder if it is the grey area between known ideas that allow us to build new inspirations, connections, and products. Fear of letting go, of not controlling the situation, of managing all the elements, I believe, stifles those middle points that lead to something new, either for our own growth or the growth of the product.