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Entries from August 2007

Advertising Week Voting

August 31st, 2007 · Comments Off

“This year, two icons and two slogans will join the Madison Avenue Advertising Walk of Fame. So let your voice be heard—click on the links above and cast your vote!” My picks: Favorite Icon: California Raisins Favorite Slogan: What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Vegas.

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Tags: Advertising · Archived from Blogger

Casa Brutus

August 30th, 2007 · Comments Off

While browsing the Caina website (what a discovery!) this morning, I came across a very cool magazine, Casa Brutus. This month’s issue features “The Grand Tour with Tadao Ando.” Looks great! You can buy back issues here.

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Tags: Archived from Blogger · Books · Culture · Graphic Design · Industrial Design · Inspiration · Japan · Magazines

Japan Design Net: Shop Windows

August 30th, 2007 · Comments Off

“Tokyo – an ever-changing exiting city of the world. In this metropolis, stylish skyscrapers and gorgeous stores are born one after another without break and the city shows us various faces from time to time.Shop windows which color this theatrical city show us the trends of the time. They are fascinating, stimulating and shifting. Scenes […]

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Tags: Architecture · Archived from Blogger · Industrial Design · Inspiration · Japan

Young Guns Call for Entries

August 29th, 2007 · Comments Off

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Tags: Advertising · Archived from Blogger · Student

Steakhouse Guys

August 23rd, 2007 · Comments Off

Thetyee.ca is a BC-based online paper, something I’ve been reading occasionally for a few years now. Usually very entertaining. Anyway, I was talking about early retirement with a friend yesterday, about getting some matching velour tracksuits, hitting the croquet pitch, wearing a nice gold chain, sitting in the gazebo with the indoor/outdoor and Hawaiian lamp… […]

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Tags: Archived from Blogger · Blogs · Culture · Funny