World-class advertising made in Germany: In the third sequel of Ad Hell (#Werbehölle), celebrated German show masters Joko & Klaas are forced to fulfil the ad contract these two handsome, silly dudes signed as spokesperson duo for beverage brand Granini.
They are stuck in a vending machine and forgot to bring change.
On July 4, 1962, U.S. president John F. Kennedy declared “that the United States will be ready for a Declaration of Interdependence”.
Aart De Geus, chairman and CEO of the Bertelsmann Foundation and Frederick Kempe, president and CEO of the Atlantic Council have written a piece for the National Interest on how TTIP has the potential to fulfill Kennedy’s vision.Read in full by Aart De Geusand Frederick Kempe
While a large number of photos aimed at documenting the progressing fragmentation of markets and the splitting of the web with pixelated imagery, quite the contrary happened.
Every trend is followed by an equally powerful counter trend.
Neither design nor perception pixelated and fell apart in its bits and atoms.
The quality of on screen images, happened to supersede that of glossy print magazines we had all grown familiar with. On screen display resolution superseded print results. Along came theme or template based design and the acceptance of web standards such as proven and tried layouts and functions. In turn it reached the level of best practices in print design.
If there is a new aesthetic, then one that came along with the event of retina displays for watches, cell phones, tablet PCs or ever larger tv and desktop monitors.
What the boys from twenty one pilots may also stressed out by, is the ever more demanding claim as a result of ever increasing expectations set in quality.
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The new aesthetic in music comes close to what is experienced as supernormal. Tt’s something we know and trust that we only need be reminded of and surprised by. The Hamilton Cast’s „Say no to this” demonstrates this nicely and should you not know the Hamilton Cast, take „Sorry” by Justin Bieber.
Sponsored “Lithfaßsäule” for the solo exhibition at Munich’s Lenbachhaus honoring Michaela Melián
Karmelina Kulpa explains
Karmelina Kulpa shows you around
Michaela Melián – Electric Ladyland Should you be in Munich you may want to spend some time at the prestigious Lenbachhaus. It’s Kunstbau is hosting a solo exhibition honoring the works by Michaela Melián. Karmelina Kulpa offers a bit of explanation on why the exhibit is worth your time.
Michaela Melián knows her numbers. On a pre-set schedule she goes to where visitors and fans congregate . You can place your bets on her nomination for any top award in the European art industry.
I’ve always enjoyed her bright smile and rose cheeks. She sticks to wearing skirts.
With remarkable persistence, Melián has layed out how to organically grow a brand and consistently add new meaning to it through out her life.
Munich sets digital record Germany owes its reputation to dead thinkers, dead poets, dead inventors and dead scientists.
Europe and its historic past and extensive history.
Since the rise of new technology and the departure into the 21. century, Germany has no role in this play. It lives off of the myth its dead left behind, and enjoys – more than ever – a mighty fine reputation around the globe.