Saturday, August 6, 2011
To quote www.brandchannel.com "Nissan Brazil's "Damned Pony" campaign (the Nyan Cat of the horsepower world) has made the video above — which has zipped past 6 million views (It has in fact crossed 7 million since this piece was posted on brand channel) since it was uploaded on July 29th — one of the top-searched YouTube videos worldwide for the week. Watch through to the end, and then click below
to watch the English subtitled translation.
|It’s not that the Is are missing, but rather they’re being formed in the negative space. This is mainly accomplished through the rest of the letters being squeezed up right next to each other.Via: www.designer-daily.com|
To see the other logos in this album click on: Clever use of negative space in logo design typography
Friday, August 5, 2011
To quote psfk.com "This YouTube video, with nearly 500,000 views since it was uploaded earlier this week, shows a girl walking around Bryant Park in New York City with 4 iPads on her head. The aptly named ‘iPad Head Girl‘ video was put together by viral video marketing agency Thinkmodo, together with design company Clockwork Apple. It was created for the launch of Cosmo’s new men’s magazine CFG: Cosmo For Guys, an iPad-only app available from the App Store."
Thursday, August 4, 2011
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Madurai Chinna Ponnu Launches THE TIMES OF INDIA IN MADURAI WITH Tongue Nosa...
Madurai Chinna Ponnu ( aka Little Girl from Madurai ) is the original voice of the superhit Tamil song Naaka Mukka (aka Tongue Nosa ). The same song that launched THE TIMES OF INDIA in Chennai. This rare and potent street singer from a small village in Madurai, is currently making waves on MTV and Manhattan, with her raw folk voice. While all her songs are rooted in the rural Tamil lingo and folk fundas, this is the first time ever, that she's sung a song in English :) Blame it on the world's largest English daily and a brave little girl ( aka Chinna Ponnu :)
Tuesday, August 2, 2011
Interesting use of Data...
To see the rest of the Album click on: Graphs
Monday, August 1, 2011
This Series of Ads made during the Copa America basically shows how Brands can infiltrate a nation's consciousness...
Coke made the same ad, in the same language, with just the central character (actor) being different and switched nationalities so smoothly...