Recycling cartoons in advertising

It’s definitely not the first time a cartoon is used in advertising, but these draw my attention as they were both posted today and both campaigns use cartoon classics to tell the story. Imagine what advertisers will do with Hugh’s work in a couple of years ;) The first one is for the CrossPolo (TheContinue reading “Recycling cartoons in advertising”

Customer First? Think twice!

Not really or at least not everywhere. Last week, I read an article in ‘Het Nieuwsblad‘ on  Euro-NCAP crashtests done by consumer organizations on the VW Fox. This was special because they did this test on a VW Fox created for the European market and a VW Fox for the South-American market. And what happened was that theContinue reading “Customer First? Think twice!”

Twingly: blogosphere in 3D

Even though I can’t seem to run it properly on my machine yet (I keep on trying) I wanted to show you this. This screensaver gives a truly cool view on the blogosphere: Twingly. “Twingly screensaver is visualizing the global blog activity in real time. Forget RSS readers where you see only what you’re interestedContinue reading “Twingly: blogosphere in 3D”

Mission Zero: missed opportunity

Uma Thurman in a nine minute shortfilm for Pirelli, it had to be good: Mission Zero. On Marketing Alternatif they also said it was about a pursuit in a yellow Lamborghini… with Uma, sounds good right? Yeah, sounds good, but it was boring. I really wanted it to be exciting, and watched it until theContinue reading “Mission Zero: missed opportunity”

A campaign without internet is not an option

This was the title of an article (analysis really) that I read in De Standaard (Belgian newspaper) yesterday. Journalist Wim Winckelmans shares his opinion about the importance of the internet for the upcoming elections. Reason for the article was the recently launched MRTV by the political party MR (and CDH-TV is rumored to be next). WimContinue reading “A campaign without internet is not an option”