I missed this ad campaign last year and suspect many of you did as well given the shrinking number of magazine purchases. If it appeared online, it escaped me. That said, I’d like to share with you last year’s S/S Hugo Boss ad campaign for its beautiful fashion photography, design and art direction. Read more
A self-initiated design project by FormNation, they took it upon themselves to give such US Tax forms as the ol’ W9 and 1040 a much needed makeover for both hard copies and digital. No one likes doing taxes and the fact that these painfully necessary forms are both confusing and downright ugly does not help. Read more
Soft Guerilla by Kyle Bean is a series of weapons made from harmless materials. The artist creates playful, imaginative work for a variety of clients that appear in editorial and commercial projects as well as installations for luxury fashion brands and events. These particular items and images were created for a feature article that centered around the topic of ‘Guerilla Gardening’ and ‘Yarn Bombing’. Read more
About 10 months ago, I introduced you to this lovely personal project by designer Meg Jannott in which she set out to brand all the 44 US Presidents in 44 days. Read more
Dare of Vancouver has created this visually compelling print campaign for – as one might guess – digitial retouching by Canada’s The Orange Apple. Creatives take note… The Orange Apple was approached by Andrew Ablas and Rob Sweetman of Dare to create the three ads below (as opposed to the client soliciting the campaign) which show two dimensional drawings springing to life as three dimension worlds.
Advertising Agency: Dare, Vancouver, Canada
Creative Directors: Bryan Collins, Rob Sweetman
Art Directors: Andrew Alblas, Rachel Harrison
Copywriter: Darien Campbell
Photographer: Paul Lang
Retoucher: The Orange Apple
Published: April 2012
Courtesy of Ads of The World.