Three tiny chairs come as a big surprise for Canadas Boston Pizza lovers
Canada’s Boston Pizza adds three tiny chairs to the table in the center, of each big pizza delivered in a box.(Source: Adweek)
Now you know what the plastic support in the middle of your pizza is meant for, that hardly ever keeps the cheese topping from sticking to the cardboard lid.
Boston Pizza finally added
three tiny chairs to the tiny table
You are what you make up
Covergirl image: Droga5
Bryan Eno, Roxy Music
I think what Droga5 is doing with Covergirl is synonymous with what Roxy Music did when everyone was settled on rock music being the real thing. Authentic, dirty, guitar strumming as the natural thing to do, the manly thing, real and nothing but real.
Roxy Music brought the art back into rock music and proved to the world that rock had no boundaries and could very well have an artificial side to it. That of glam rock.
In midst of contemporary tendencies of stripping down, being bare faced as if no make up would be a certificate for authenticity, and a password to heaven. Purity. Photoshop is from the devil. In midst of such sentiments, Droga5 and Covergirl tells you another story, one acknowledging that you or any woman can make up whatever woman she wants to be. Its what females have always been good at and you can make up to fit any occasion.
Droga5 print ad for Covergirl
Either way, I love the ring of the headline and the opportunity to be whatever you want to be with a little help form Covergirl. No?
Helvetica is eating the world
It happens as it did with GAP, that followers can stop ‘helveticanisation’.
Calvin Kleins logo iteration from the early 1990’s. The current Version is all caps a bit thicker and designed by Raf Simons.
Burberry’s new word mark, by Ricardo Tisci and Peter Saville comes with the excuse that they only had 4 weeks of time. “It looks like it was done in Microsoft Word.” (David Griner).
American Apparel always was its own self-made intergraterd coummunications inherent. An intentional clash of clean , classic industrial design and often offensive adverts. DIY, sweatshop free, local employees. An American dream come true.