Tag Archives: campaigns

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23 Jan

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Cade Martin x Starbucks

Cade Martin does it again!  I love the Wonderland shoot he did for Washington Ballet a while back.  His Tazo Tea campaign for Starbucks is just as whimsy as it is delightful.

source: ifitshipitshere

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{ wonderland }

13 Oct

“When you look at things differently, STORIES emerge.  There is beauty in the everyday.  And when PEOPLE learn to look for it, they’ll find inspiration in the least likely PLACES.  That’s when the narrative in the situation and in the subject comes into focus.  And even fashion is dull without the right STYLE.” ~ Cade Martin

Cade Martin x Washington Ballet

source: cademartin

The New Boho Chic

8 Apr

credit:  Jacquelyn Jablonski by Alexi Lubomirski for H&M Magazine Spring 2011
source: Fashion Gone Rogue

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On a semi-related note, are peasant-skirts back?  I saw a huge rack of them at Zara the other day in bright bold hues.

Move over, Gambit. There’s a new card thrower in town.

3 Sep

This is too cool.

It’s suppose to be part of a campaign for Samsung’s HMX H205 digital camcorder, but I’m just too distracted by the nifty card throwing to pay attention to the camera, lol.

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And while we’re at it, this is a pretty interesting idea for a DIY business card project:

Ecological and environmentally friendly.

I just don’t know how potential employers/clients would response to this.  Hopefully they won’t mistake it as trash and accidentally throw it out. =s

Parallel Lines & Carousel

24 Aug

Five short films.
Five genres.
Five of RSA’s hottest directors.
One unifying piece of dialogue.

Such is the premise for this year’s Philips TV campaign.  The challenge is to create a cutting-edge short film in any genre they liked, while conveying the idea that “There may be numerous ways to tell a story but only one way to actually watch them –- on a Philips TV”.

The results are quite interesting, to say the least…

Jun and the Hidden Skies – Hi-Sim

DarkRoom – Johnny Hardstaff

The Hunt  – Jake Scott

The Gift – Carl Erik Rinsch

El Secreto de Mateo – Greg Fay

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And in case you’re curious, here is the commercial for last year’s campaign.

WARNING: Loaded with creepy coolness.

Carousel – Philips 2009 TV Campaign

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So which one do you like best from the interpretations?
Or do you prefer last year’s commercial?

Chiquita Madness

4 Feb

As a marketing student, I have to say that I am loving the fresh, youthful direction of Chiquita’s new campaign.  The long forgotten inner sticker nerd in me is itching to collect all the of Chiquita’s stickers xD.  Not quite sure about some of those slogans though, but hey… Check them out yourself, they’re really fun. Continue reading

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