12 posts tagged new york
Creative tennis court guerrilla ad for Sony’s portable game console PSP by students of School of Visual Arts, New York
Simple but great minimalist bus stop ad for NYC Taxi
City posters by Yoni Alter
Simple but great minimalistic iPod Shuffle ad by Cap Q, New York, USA from 2008
The cover of the last Newsweek print issue
"Newsweek announced in October that, after nearly 80 years, it would shut down its print production due to the slump in print advertising sales, a common story among many print publishers in today’s rapid-fire online news cycle.
But this final print issue doesn’t signal closing doors for Newsweek. In 2013, it will move to an online-only publication called Newsweek Global. The new version will serve as “a single, worldwide edition targeted for a highly mobile, opinion-leading audience who want to learn about world events in a sophisticated context,” the company said in a post published a couple of months ago.”
New York City made of Legos by NY-based 3D artist JR Schmidt
Creative packaging design for NYC Spaghetti
Superb waterslide billboard
To promote their cruise line from New York City to the Bahamas, ad agency Arnold Worldwide set up this great billboard next to the fire stairs of a building for British-American owned Carnival Cruise Lines.
Pictionary ads get new recognition
Do you remember these awesome Pictionary illustration ads from last summer? Well, I’m just saying that they just won not one, but two gold at CLIO Awards (and not incidentally, also a Gold Lion at Cannes last year). The ceremony is next Tuesday at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Congrats to the agency, Ogilvy, Malaysia, they really deserve it, because this campaign is, as my favorite ad blogger, ex-copywriter, Mark ‘Copyranter’ Duffy wrote about it, so ‘perfect’, it has everything an award-winning and memorable ad needs. I love it!
The Statue of Liberty and Christ the Redemeer
Irene in NYC with the eye of Buffalo Picture House
Two young filmmakers went out during Hurricane Irene to document their Manhattan neighborhood.