This might come off as an insult to die-hard sneakerheads but two unlikely brands have come together for a mashup that we’re not quite sure how to feel about. The Starbucks-themed SB Dunk Low Premium ($100) contains the coffee giant’s trademark colors for the leather trim and sole and a swirl design reminiscent of our favorite frothy beverage.
Candy didn’t used to have a bad rep like how it does nowadays and judging by these playful, vintage print ads, the sweet stuff was marketed to be healthy and catered to people of all ages.
With the statement ‘Destroying Nature is Destroying Life,’ Grabarz & Partner along with Illusion Studios creates a compelling ad campaign using double-exposure visuals for environmental organization Robin Wood.
As part of Michael Phelps’ last Olympic games, Under Armour releases an ad featuring the swimming phenomenon’s rigorous training and unbending work ethic that made him one of the greatest athlete of all time.
McDonalds jumps on the bandwagon as part of the recent movement by fast food chains to keep their brand’s image current. To launch the change with a bang, the burger giant is putting a fashion spin on it by enlisting the help of Miami University of Art and Design student Pablo Machado and alumni Ricardo Hardouin.
Canon’s recent ad shows what sets professional photographers apart and likens their obsession over the minutest details to their new top of the line photo printer, the Canon imagePROGRAF PRO-100.
With the impending release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens and all the hype that comes with releasing another installation of an epic saga, Disney is marketing it in an equally big way. In the Juyongguan section of The Great Wall Of China, 500 stormtrooper figures stood their grounds as part of a promotional campaign for the upcoming movie.
Sometimes even the best-designed advertisement can become a complete failure because of where it’s placed. From unfortunate misspellings to sexual innuendos, sometimes it really is all about location, location, location.
Ogilvy & Mather New York partnered up with ad agency Ars Thanea to create a whimsical and delectable print campaign for Dupont Nutrition & Health. With the tagline “Fresh Thinking. It’s What’s Inside,” scientists at the research & development company touts unmatched expertise in solving today’s food and nutrition challenges.