Archive | March, 2018

Overabundance and overindulgence

I’ve remarked before on how, over the last 20 years, the internet has become more and more of a passive medium. More like the ‘couch potato’ picture of TV, in fact. Twenty years ago, we were surfers, springing from crest to crest in an invigorating new world, with just a few other cool young dudes […]

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Kitzbühel, St Moritz, Davos – the names of famous ski resorts are so evocative, you can almost feel the tickle of snowflakes against your skin, and taste that first sip of Glühwein. When asked for my favourite examples of advertising from the past, I have to say that 20th century poster art, particularly in the […]

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Me Johnnie. You Jane.

I don’t mind a bit of a brand drag party when it’s done in the spirit of fun, even if there is a serious message underlying the carry-on. But with some gender-themed promotions I’ve seen, I do wonder  what the real motivations are. With International Women’s Day coming up, my cynicism radar starts bleeping overtime. […]

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