Estúdio Alice from Brazil was asked by architect Mariana Haiduk to develop a unique corporate identity. The studio created a graphical solution that reflects the architectural work.
Graphic design agency Bureau Rabensteiner from Insbruck, Austria developed the corporate design for Schimeier, an Austrian ski hire from Seefeld, Austria. Goal was to create a unique visual identity that reflects the quality of Schimeier’s ski rental service. Furthermore, the design should provide a clear link to skiing. The business cards are designed like ski passes.
This ambient piece counted down the days to the zombie-themed TV series by losing a finger each day. As the agency noted (below), the idea also brought in Twitter, to great effect.
Source: Ads of the World
Walking Dead fans could Tweet a photo of themselves in front of the hands using the #TWDFEB10 hashtag for a chance to win a coveted Zombie finger. As an added perk, zombies were chained to the installation as well.
Advertising Agency: Leo Burnett Toronto, Canada
Chief Creative Officer: Judy John
Creative Directors: Judy John, Lisa Greenberg
Group Creative Director: Morgan Kurchak
Copywriter: Frank Macera
Art Directors: Jonathan Guy, Andrew Hart
Designer / Props: Performance Solutions
Prop Builder: Carl Troughton
Makeup Artist: Lisa Slonetsky, Katie Eckenswiller, Gail Roberts
Hair: Sierra Cermignani
Wardrobe Stylist: Samantha Diluciano
Agency Producer: Franca Piacente
Print Producer: David Eades
Account Director: David Kennedy
Account Supervisor: Jeremy Farncomb
Locations: Joe Kondrat
Videographer: Ian Webb
MrCup Metal Coin Business Cards
After designing a new letterpressed business card every year for three years, Fabien Barrel takes the concept to the bonus round with these collectible coins commemorating his rebrand under the moniker MrCup.
One of the most iconic photo poses of the internet age is the self-portrait captured with an outstretched arm.
Cape Town, South Africa-based newspaper Cape Times has photoshopped historical photos as if they were taken like a selfie.