Seen in NYC
This post is not sponsored by Samsung although their pumpkin looks pretty cool 🙂
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4t3-__3MA0 Here’s a video rundown of various logos along with an interpretation of a 5-year old. Funny how she thought one logo looks like “little squirms” or worms and tries to associate several logos to colourful balls, marble, baby toys, and “babies are little.”
This sales chart of Kodak says it all. While camera phones and digital photography in general took off and were climbing endlessly, Kodak’s business continually degraded. The company who used to stand for a whole generation of photographers, consumers and artists is dead.
Red Bull paid this Australian guy $2,000,000 to jump onto an Arc de Triomphe replica in Las Vegas…with his motocross bike! I never have seen something like this and it’s so extreme it nearly looks like a fake.
Hootsuite, the social media management dashboard, released an infographic showing the top 15 trending brands on twitter from 2011. To round out the trendiest topics they also included Topics, Tags and in Memorium Trends. Interesting to note MySpace is still at #7 even though the network is pretty much dead (Nielsen ranks them at #5… Continue reading Top 15 Brands On Twitter 2011
While staying in Vienna, Austria (I reported about the first and stylish STABILO Store there), I saw the newly released Red Bull special editions in a supermarket and gave them a try. Personally I’m pretty much a Red Bull addict but my girlfriend, who hates the original Red Bull taste (as a lot of others do btw),… Continue reading Red Bull Special Edition: Cranberry (Red), Blueberry (Blue), Lime (Silver)
I’m spending Christmas holidays in my hometown Vienna, Austria where I spotted a new and stylish store by pen supplier STABILO. It’s the brand’s first flagship store and the architects have done a great job reconstructing a former jewellery shop. The store has the typical color-pen shape and even the entrance door makes you recognize… Continue reading Stylish STABILO Store In Vienna
Loch NES, in remembrance of the good old days playing Nintendo. One of many great prints available at society6.
Logorama, an animated short by H5, has won an Oscar in the short film category. In a world made up entirely of trademarks and brand names, Michelin Man cops pursue a criminal Ronald McDonald. Awesome! Full video after the click.