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June 23 2015

7 Great Tips for Redesigning a Logo Infographic

June 07 2015

The Ultimate Guide To Mobile Marketing – Infographic

June 04 2015


TV & Cinema: 19 Crimes: The Banished

Brand: 19 Crimes Media: TV Category: Alcoholic Drinks Geo: United Kingdom 19 Crimes: The Banished During the 18th and 19th centuries, thousands of convicts were exiled from England to Australia for crimes such as impersonating an Egyptian, stealing fish from a pond and clandestine marriage. 19 Crimes, a wine label distributed by Treasury Wine Estates, features actual mug shots of such convicts – criminals, artists and scholars alike. The Irish poet John Boyle O’Reilly’s poem - “A Builder’s Lesson” - provides the narration for Nick Ball’s roguish film, in which criminals prove the old adage that a habit is a hard thing to break. Advertising Agency: Kayser&Co. Chief Creative Officer: Joe Kayser Creative Director / Copywriter: Eric Boyd Art Director: Joe Kayser Producer: Paul Golubovich Director: Nick Ball Production Company: Furlined President: Diane McArter Executive Producer: Robert Herman Director of Photography: Jan Velicky Line Producer: Robert Bray Production Designer: Radek Hanak Music: Stimmüng Executive Producer: Ceinwyn Clark Composer: David Winer Editorial: Little Moving Pictures Editor: Nathan Petty Producer: Jeremy Summer Composite & Title Artist: Noe Chavez Mix: Joaby Deal Color / One Union Recording Studios MPC: Ricky Gausis


Greece at loggerheads with creditors over reforms for cash

With time running out, ​there are real fears Athens won't secure a deal to get remaining bailout funds to avoid going bankrupt

Print ads: NBA: Let it all out, 2

Brand: NBA Media: Print Category: Recreation & Leisure Agency: Bromley Geo: United States NBA: Let it all out, 2 Playoffs are here. Advertising Agency: Bromley, San Antonio, USA Creative Directors: Abe García, Darío Campos, Daniel Milán Art Director: Darío Campos Illustrator: Salamagica Photographer: Juan Cruz Durán Published: 2015


Online: Ilusión: Rewedding Nights

Brand: Ilusión Media: Online Category: Fashion Agency: Ogilvy Geo: Mexico Ilusión: Rewedding Nights Advertising Agency: Ogilvy & Mather, Mexico City, Mexico Creative Director: Iván Carrasco, Cesar Agost Carreño, Manuel Vega, Lee Galvez Art Director: Ana Pontes, Eduardo Vidals Copywriter: Lee Galvez, Ana Pontes Additional credits: Juan Pablo Osio, Martin Bautista, Roberto Reynoso, Jorge Valdes, Gerardo Salas Published: April, 2015

'Spy' review: Melissa McCarthy fends off co-stars who would steal this hilarious mayhem

Harnessing the Crowd to Solve Healthcare

Jared Heyman HP Matter Innovators Index Co-founder and CEO at CrowdMed on how taking a collaborative approach to diagnosis can create greater efficiencies within the medical system
This Data Visualization Tool Shines A Light On Money And Politics
Alibaba Invests $194M Into China Business News To Build A Bloomberg-Style Rival For Financial Data
Pakistani ed tech startup raises funding for smart communication platform
At least 73 dead in Ghana after gas station explosion

What Connected Living Means for Business

Girl On Phone PSFK outlines what the Future of Connected Life means for industries across the apparel and travel sectors and beyond
4 tips for juggling a full-time job with freelance work
Win more work in 5 simple steps

June 03 2015


Kung Fury, a short film directed by David Sandberg and funded through Kickstarter, combines two of these three things. (Hint: you cannot drink Kung Fury. Yet.) Even if you’re too young to have experienced the 80s first hand, it’s highly probable you will enjoy the film anyway.

The official synopsis hints at the short’s absurdly rad nature:

Miami Police Department detective and martial artist Kung Fury time travels from the 1980s to World War II to kill Adolf Hitler, a.k.a. “Kung Führer”, and revenge his friend’s death at the hands of the Nazi leader. An error in the time machine sends him further back to the Viking Age.

(via Motionographer Kung Fury)

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PROJECT BY Lola Dupre, Ireland

(via Political portraiture examples on Behance)

June 01 2015


May 31 2015

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(via A graphic tale: the visual effects of Mad Max: Fury Road | fxguide)

DOP John Seale would use multiple digital cameras to capture incredible practical stunts with more than 150 vehicles conceived by production designer Colin Gibson, then rigged, driven and crashed thanks to the efforts of key crew including special effects supervisors Andy Williams and Dan Oliver and supervising stunt co-ordinator Guy Norris.

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