Yet another playful, fun and rememerable ad campaign. Love the moonlanding one. This is up my alley from DraftFCB, New York.

Kraft celebrated the Oreo brand’s 100th anniversary in March 2012 with a print advertising campaign using Oreo cookies and a glass to illustrate significant dates from the last century. The History campaign, appearing in print, billboards, Facebook, was centred on a microsite, Here is some of the ads. (Via The Inspiration Room)

This is the second poster in a series of prints I am working on, based on the juxtaposition between a wellknown movie image/character and a fitting quote from a wellknown author.

Don´t miss the great psychedelic poster art show at Form Design Center in Malmö/Sweden (25 nov – 29 jan 2012). Funky posters from the end of the 60´s and the San Francisco area from artists such as Rick Griffin, Alton Kelley, Wes Wilson and Stanley Mouse.


Sweden-based Prince Hat was commissioned this past summer by Jashanmal Group, Dubai to create an advertising campaign for its chain of bookstores. Running in print (in Gulf News and The National) and online, the creative execution consists of a series of title manipulations of various well-known books. There is also a limited-run of posters available through the bookstores in Dubai and Bahrain and pocket-sized notebooks with the artwork will be for sale in the stores. (via Communication Arts) Simplicity always rules.

Manchester-based Creative Spark is raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust with Little Print Shop of Horrors, a series of horror film-themed prints to buy this Halloween.

This is the first in a series of prints I am working on, based on the juxtaposition between a wellknown movie poster image and a fitting quote from a wellknown author.

Love this winner at Cannes Lions 2011 from the german agency Serviceplan. So simple, so good. The way a good ad should be.

Design duo Crispin Finn have just launched an exhibition of new screenprints at the Soma Gallery in Bristol. Each of the six prints brings together a selection of objects from the duo’s burgeoning collection of ephemera from around the world. (via Creative Review) Funky….

Hollywood, California-based Greenlight Creative designed this series of documentary film posters for New York distributor First Run Features. The eye-catching solution for Orgasm, Inc. reflects the audacious, yet serious, documentary focusing on the pharmaceutical industry’s race to create female Viagra, despite the fact that no such condition exists for the drug. Phil Ochs: There But For Fortune documents the singer-songwriter who protested for peace during the turbulent 1960s and who, despite his insightful topical lyrics, languished in near anonymity in Bob Dylan’s shadow. Making the Boys follows the creation of, and reaction to, the 1970’s The Boys in the Band—the first gay play—and Rehearsal for a Sicilian Tragedy takes a lighthearted look at John Turturro’s journey to his ancestral home to search for the essence of a Sicilian character which ends up with him becoming interested in the local tradition of puppeteering. (via Communication Arts)

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