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Product styling.

February 21st, 2012 · 3 Comments

It takes a lot of hard work (and a team of experts) to make products look good. Here are some of my favorite product stylings from Pinterest.

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Tags: advertising · design

seeing red.

July 11th, 2011 · Comments Off on seeing red.

This Vitra advert is pure eye candy. I wish it were possible to live with a spread like this on the floor. Our dog would carve out a spot right between the allsorts and the piles of books. peeped at: A plus B.

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Tags: advertising · design

live like barbie: the blonde collection.

November 18th, 2010 · 1 Comment

When I got home from work the other night I was going through the mail — bill, bill, magazine, Barbie catalog, bill — wait, a Barbie catalog? My curiosity peaked,  I forged on — obscene highlights from The Blonde Collection, a limited run, collector’s dream, include a $9,000 chandelier made of blonde Barbie locks (designed by Project Runway […]

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Tags: advertising · design · fashion · trends

jason schwartzman demonstrates the new yorker iPad app.

November 4th, 2010 · 3 Comments

Thanks to this commercial for The New Yorker‘s iPad app, I no longer have to wonder what it’d be like to spend a day with Jason Schwartzman. (I’m happy to report that he’s just as magical as I knew he’d be!) Also, where can I buy the light behind his head in the first scene?

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Tags: advertising · film · technology · trends

herding cats at IKEA.

September 16th, 2010 · Comments Off on herding cats at IKEA.

What happened when IKEA released 100 house cats into its Wembley store? Watch this video to find out. Here’s the final advert — “Happy Inside” — that resulted from the experiment.

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Tags: advertising · animals · design · film

The Animal Print Shop by Sharon Montrose.

August 20th, 2010 · 1 Comment

The Animal Print Shop makes me think of the segment on The Tonight Show when Jay Leno features animal experts. It’s my favorite thing ever. No one ever really knows how the baby lemur will act — will he eat his banana or pretend to pick bugs from Jay’s hair. The unexpectedness of the whole thing draws me in. I imagine while Ms. Montrose […]

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Tags: advertising · animals · art · artists · photography

proximity minneapolis’ job personas by allan peters.

July 20th, 2010 · Comments Off on proximity minneapolis’ job personas by allan peters.

In my real, full-time job life I work as an editor at a technology firm and am all too familiar with personas — real people (corporate stock photography) — who help clients identify their job function with a familiar face. When, I saw these ads by Allan Peters for Proximity Minneapolis, I immediately thought of […]

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mullen’s 80 Penguins campaign.

July 19th, 2010 · 1 Comment

Have you noticed the cheeky penguins popping up around Boston’s subway stations? If you’re not Boston-based, let me fill you in. There’s Roast Beef, the ladies man who won’t mate for life; Plum Pudding, the bad boy who stands his ground when it comes to fish; Lillico, the petite female whose people insist she’s not a diva […]

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Tags: advertising · animals · Boston · trends

glitsh: j’adore krink.

July 13th, 2010 · Comments Off on glitsh: j’adore krink.

Last night I got home from work and spent the first hour peering over Ryan’s shoulder as he introduced me to Glitsh — a Swedish artist who dabbles in subversive art. He’s sent artwork to Paris Hilton and Jeffrey Deitch, replaced domino cookies with domino pieces, and modified a Taschen book on Luciano Fontana. Glitsh, […]

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sometimes you need to tag that hide . . .

July 7th, 2010 · 1 Comment

Unless you live in Texas that is. According to Snapple Real Fact #909, it’s illegal graffiti someone’s cow! Well, it is Texas after all, beef is no joke! (Remember Oprah’s law suit?) Anyway, Ryan tried his hand at tagging the cow’s hide — Moo!  Now, it’s your turn!

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