enlarge image Today Apple is 30 years old. And it's still able to 'Think Different' in the way it designs computers and in the way it makes their advertisements stand out. This is proven by this interesting new ad for the Apple MacBook Pro. Guess Apple is referring to the durability of the machine. Not really clear though but the image is funny. Related: - Top 5 Apple Mobile Phone Concepts - The Apple Commercials Archive
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The Japanese advertising agency SETUP Inc. came up with the Brajacket. It's a coated book cover that you can use to fold around a book to protect it from damage. The good thing is: it's free because companies pay for the cost of making them and having their commercial message printed on top of them.The Brajacket allows companies to get exposure for their brands in unusual areas: in the train, in bed or on the beach of a tropical island. In Japan these free book covers are a big success and popular book covers, like the ones of Adidas and Perrier, are out of stock within days.
Today I visited the pressconference of Sony Netherlands. I saw some interesting new products. The video footage about those products will be sent to me soon. So stay tuned for that. In the meantime I made this fake commercial for Sony's smallest USB flash drive: the Tiny. What do you think? Related News: - Steve Jobs Presents Apple iTV - Microsoft Zune - An Introduction - Nokia N93
Adidas seems to be focusing on bringing experiences to the people. This Your World box is another great example. Walk inside it, take a look at the shoes and see what happens.
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Gisteravond zag ik deze posters op een billboard in Den Bosch. Vreemd. Thuis maar even Google geraadpleegd en het blijkt dus om een reclamestunt te gaan. Alleen waren de posters van de bijbehorende leus van Hi in Den Bosch...
Apple just doesn't seem to get enough of their Get A Mac commercials. Here's three new ones: Gift Exchange, Sales Pitch and Meant For Work. Needless to say that I added them to the Apple commercials archive.Gift Exchange Sales Pitch Meant For Work via Related News: - Apple Store Interactive Window - Apple Powerbook Marionette - Steve Jobs Presents Apple iTV
Ben Hourahine, Futures Editor at Leo Burnett (London), predicts the advertising trends of tomorrow. One of his predictions is 'screen saturation'. This means: screens everywhere. This means: more advertising. This means: people being pushed to buy everywhere. This means: more unhappy people? via dutch cowboys
Tomorrow is D-day: the worldwide premi
Wow... They really used a lot of creative ideas to make this commercial work. The result is stunning.
Prachtig filmpje waarin de belangrijkste sponsoren van het Offf International Festival For The Post-Digital Creation Culture op toepasselijke wijze onder de aandacht worden gebracht.
Adidas helped out the 11.000 runners of the Auckland Marathon by giving them some extra motivation at the 17 km mark. 50 knots of motivation. Runners had to run into the adiBOOST lane and walk past a custom built, hurricane fan to get their shot. Watch the video to see what that looked like. via disruption