On a slightly overcast yet sunny Wednesday morning I made my way from Hoboken, to Paul Robeson Center at Rutgers University Newark campus for an all day affair called Create a Place: Art Builds Communities, a Creative Placemaking Conference organized by Arts Build Communities. Before going into detail about what Creative Placemaking is, and what made the conference such a worthwhile experience let me share some words from Newark mayor Cory A. Booker’s welcome address on the importance of... CONTINUE READING
Japanese agency SET have created designer QR codes, pushing the boundaries of Quick Response Technology to involve purposeful design and creativity. A Tokyo based creative agency, SET “specializes in unique marketing solutions that combine graphic design and technology.” (via SET). Client Folli Follie Japan commissioned SET to produce a designer QR code to be showcased at their flagship store in the Tokyo suburb of Aoyama. The first time a designer QR code has been placed in a store window,... CONTINUE READING
Even across the pond in the U.K., lack of funding for school programs is a common dilemma, one for which University of Creative Arts students, Charlotte Hugh and Danny Pallett derived an uncommon solution they appropriately named The Pitch. Conceived as a fundraiser for their third year class’ degree show, and cleverly evoking the competitive and collaborative aspects of both advertising and sports, “The Pitch” brought together teams of students, graduates and advertising agency folks in a football tournament... CONTINUE READING
Taschen publishes Mid-Century Ads: Advertising from the Mad Men Era, a 2 volume set of advertising from the 50’s and 60’s. The set comes as 2 hardback books in a slipcase, published in a multilingual edition with English, German and French translations. With the third series of Mad Men starting on Sky One, the release captures the renaissance spirit of mid-century advertising and celebrates the era of advertising that saw great leaps in process and thinking. This set is... CONTINUE READING
Kelly is the Boston Team Manager of Vitamin T – a new division of Aquent, the largest creative talent agency in the world. As a tenured Agent and Talent Recruiter with 10 years of making great connections happen, Kelly is an advocate, a matchmaker, a bundle of energy, a storyteller – and most importantly a relationship builder. Prior to joining Vitamin T/Aquent, Kelly finished her Master’s of Science in International Relations and Comparative Politics and contributed as an author... CONTINUE READING
Last week I was fortunate to attend Sappi’s The Standard 5: Special Effects event presenting the newest edition of The Standard (Enlarged Cover Photo to Left), a resource for designers and printers. A packed house greeted me at SVA Theater as the buzz of conversation overflowed out onto the street through the open theater doors and passing New Yorkers paused mid stride to peer in and try to catch a glimpse inside. Held partly as a benefit for 826... CONTINUE READING
US Speedskating is a non-profit organization recognized by the United States Olympic Committee and the International Skating Union as the governing body for the sport of speedskating in the United States. Its mission is to be one of the premier speed skating organizations in the world through excellence in leadership, development and performance. To date, US Speedskating has won 85 Olympic medals, making it the most successful winter sport in the U.S. In addition to its elite programs, US... CONTINUE READING
With the HOW Design Conference coming up, I thought I’d find out a little more about the event. There are a total of four events that take place concurrently over a period of 4 days. But which one should one attend? Or is it worth attending all four? Ilise Benun, owner of marketing-mentor.com and national speaker / founder of the Creative Freelancer Conference (with HOW magazine) and SueAnn Stein, Marketing Manager of HowDesign Live, tell me all about it…... CONTINUE READING
Former Turner prize winner Martin Creed has transformed the gallery dining room of famous London restaurant Sketch. The restaurant, owned by Michelin star chef Pierre Gagnaire and restaurateur Mourad Mazouz has been decorated with contemporary artist Creed’s work such as Work No. 1343, in which every single piece of furniture, cutlery, crockery and glassware is different. Work No. 1347 is a zigzagged floor containing 96 different kinds of marble, and there are many large-scale wall paintings displayed throughout the... CONTINUE READING
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies more than 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. The organization officially unveiled its new brand identity this February with a logo that features the iconic Red... CONTINUE READING
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