Posts Tagged 'print'

Hello Mr Draper!

The latest addition to my studio is this fabulous Mad Men print, made by the super talented Matt Needle.

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Hello Mr Draper!

The latest addition to my studio is this fabulous Mad Men print, made by the super talented Matt Needle.

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Sainbury’s join the price war!

Typical. Just a week after my post on Sainsbury’s new strapline, where I said: They’re not starting a price war, they’re stepping back and saying ‘Okay, we’re not the cheapest – but we’ll give you the best quality for the

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Sainbury’s join the price war!

Typical. Just a week after my post on Sainsbury’s new strapline, where I said: They’re not starting a price war, they’re stepping back and saying ‘Okay, we’re not the cheapest – but we’ll give you the best quality for the

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Now you see it, now you don’t!

The disappearing stain, that’s the mystery here. From a distance you can see it, but close up it’s gone. Go on, take a look. Click the picture (so it’s big enough to see) then step away from your computer and

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Now you see it, now you don’t!

The disappearing stain, that’s the mystery here. From a distance you can see it, but close up it’s gone. Go on, take a look. Click the picture (so it’s big enough to see) then step away from your computer and

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A little smile with every one…

This advert made me smile. The idea caught my attention, you could see there was something there, something worth looking at. But the line, well that’s just marvellous isn’t it? Publicis Mojo, Brisbane, Australia Creative Director: Andy Ward Art Director:

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A little smile with every one…

This advert made me smile. The idea caught my attention, you could see there was something there, something worth looking at. But the line, well that’s just marvellous isn’t it? Publicis Mojo, Brisbane, Australia Creative Director: Andy Ward Art Director:

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The random ads are always the best!

I’m a big fan of random adverts. I think that have the ‘stand-out’ factor, that extra something that makes you stop and read… like this one. Colourful enough to get your attention, strange enough to keep it. And you know

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The random ads are always the best!

I’m a big fan of random adverts. I think that have the ‘stand-out’ factor, that extra something that makes you stop and read… like this one. Colourful enough to get your attention, strange enough to keep it. And you know

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A play on words…

These ads capture the transition from single to taken perfectly. It’s a nice little play on words that’s simple but effective. Personally, I think they could have done a lot more with the design, but hey, you can’t always have

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A play on words…

These ads capture the transition from single to taken perfectly. It’s a nice little play on words that’s simple but effective. Personally, I think they could have done a lot more with the design, but hey, you can’t always have

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A car ad, made from car ads!

So I saw this ad this morning and rather liked it. I’m a sucker for anything interactive and this one hits the nail on the head… Want a new Alfa? Sell your old car and get one. Simple message. But

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A car ad, made from car ads!

So I saw this ad this morning and rather liked it. I’m a sucker for anything interactive and this one hits the nail on the head… Want a new Alfa? Sell your old car and get one. Simple message. But

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The direct mail piece that everyone’s talking about

And can you blame them? It is terribly good. Made for the UNICEF’s child soldier programme, it’s a little spark of genius. The bag of green figurines instantly conjures up images of little toy soldiers, but when you open it,

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The direct mail piece that everyone’s talking about

And can you blame them? It is terribly good. Made for the UNICEF’s child soldier programme, it’s a little spark of genius. The bag of green figurines instantly conjures up images of little toy soldiers, but when you open it,

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Something from the weekend – pull your finger out advert

This weekend saw me heading back to my folks place in Ripon for a spot of dog sitting. On the whole, it was a delightfully uneventful weekend… but on one of our long, rain-filled walks we passed the local fire

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Something from the weekend – pull your finger out advert

This weekend saw me heading back to my folks place in Ripon for a spot of dog sitting. On the whole, it was a delightfully uneventful weekend… but on one of our long, rain-filled walks we passed the local fire

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Think about the typography

The idea behind this advert is great. Where’s Wally? The legendary hide-and-seek character in plain sight, in the middle of a spotlight. The usual challenge is surprisingly easy – too easy! And that’s exactly what this ad is trying to

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Think about the typography

The idea behind this advert is great. Where’s Wally? The legendary hide-and-seek character in plain sight, in the middle of a spotlight. The usual challenge is surprisingly easy – too easy! And that’s exactly what this ad is trying to

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Stub it out: the consequences of a lit cigarette butt

When you first see it, the full impact doesn’t hit. At least when it’s a small picture or seen at a distance. So open it up, take a closer look, see how every detail reflects the consequences of what you

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Stub it out: the consequences of a lit cigarette butt

When you first see it, the full impact doesn’t hit. At least when it’s a small picture or seen at a distance. So open it up, take a closer look, see how every detail reflects the consequences of what you

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Breast cancer awareness advertising… so much potential

This is one of the best ideas I’ve seen in a while, but I’m just not sure they pulled it off. I know, I sound like an X-Factor judge, but I can’t help it. The concept is great. Naming boobs,

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Breast cancer awareness advertising… so much potential

This is one of the best ideas I’ve seen in a while, but I’m just not sure they pulled it off. I know, I sound like an X-Factor judge, but I can’t help it. The concept is great. Naming boobs,

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