Category “Advertising”

Spam Annual Report


Sexy annual report about spam by Daniel Burger.

Via Human Resources        

1950’s – 1970’s Advertising


Amazing Flickr set of advertising from 1950’s-1970’s which includes posters, magazine advertisements, brochures, booklets, publishing, calendars, greeting cards, packaging, logotypes, trademarks, letterheads and exhibitions.

Via ISO 50        

New Museum Branding


I’m lovin’ the branding that Wolff Olins created for the New Museum in NYC using the typeface Neographik. I have to head down there and check this place out. Read more about it at Creative Review and Brand New.        

Travel Ephemera

Travel Ephemera

While rummaging through I found this great online gallery (the site design is hard on the eyes) of graphic design examples from the 1920s and 1930s. You can definitely see how this early work inspired designers like Brockmann and Crouwel.

On a shameless side note, if anyone has an extra FFFFound invite I would be more than happy to take it off your hands.        




Brilliant advertising for Jeep by Bates Y&R, Copenhagen, Denmark. I love simple but powerful advertising like this.

Via Swiss Miss        

The Web Design Survey


A List Apart is running a survey that looks to answer some questions about use Web Designers and Developers:

Designers, developers, project managers. Writers and editors. Information architects and usability specialists. People who make websites have been at it for more than a dozen years, yet almost nothing is known, statistically, about our profession. Who are we? Where do we live? What are our titles, our skills, our educational backgrounds? Where and with whom do we work? What do we earn? What do we value?

Participate and you can win one free ticket to An Event Apart event held in the continental U.S.; an Apple 30GB video iPod, an Event Apart jump drive, or a funky A List Apart T-shirt.