19 posts tagged clothing
“Colors and clothes are meant to be together” - Nicely art-directed ad for Dreft washing liquid by Leo Burnett, Moscow, Russia
Pantone Fashion Color Forecast Spring 2013
Creatively photographed shoe ads for MAX Shoes by Jung von Matt/Limmat, Switzerland
It’s so unusual (but in a good way), so unique, so original that the pictures demonstrate both the shoes and the emotions on the model’s faces astonished by the shoes. I like the idea very much!
Beautifully illustrated print ad campaign with the tagline “Undomesticate” for Uranium Jeans from Santiago de Chile by advertising agency Inbrax
Diesel’s ‘Global Warming Ready’ campaign from 2007
The anatomy of a graphic designer
Here’s a playful infographic on how a graphic designer looks like according to the stereotype.
Click on the picture for better resolution!
Rainbow Queen returns
Do you remember? A few days ago, I posted this infographic published in magazine Vogue and I mentioned in my post that Queen Elizabeth II has a so colorful wardrobe that she would easily fit into the role of the Pantone face, too.
Now, Pantone and Leo Burnett London came up with this limited edition nice little Pantone color wheel, named Diamond Jubilee Color Guide, based on the last 6 colorful decades of the British monarch’s notorious color-matched outfits. Each outfit lists a Pantone number, and the date and location Her Majesty wore the clothing.
Reebok x Marvel Sneaker Collection: Captain America Edition
A really colorful personality - Queen Elizabeth II in all the colors of the rainbow
Nice infographic by Vogue. The magazine documented every outfit The Queen wore for 1 year. As you can see, Her Majesty’s wardrobe is so colorful that she would easily fit into the role of the Pantone face, too.
Nice campaign for the 80-year-old Swiss fashion brand Charles Vögele’s shoes
Another sexy shoe ad
Model: Kelly Brook
Type of advertising: Billboard
Placement: At busy junctions
Result: Guaranteed risk of accident
David “BeckH&M” Bodywear
Much to the delight of ladies, more photos of Mr. Beckham can be seen by clicking the picture above.
After using Downy, you will feel as if you were naked
Advertising Agency: Grey, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Creative Directors: Diego Rubio, Coco Olivera
Art Director: Diego Rubio
Copywriter: Coco Olivera
Child laborers in apparel industry
Advertising Agency: BDDP & FILS, France