Can you believe that it is almost 2013? It’s true. To help bring in the new year, I created a downloadable 2013 calendar for Emily over at A Denver Home Companion. These are simple, modern, blank calendars that you can use for anything. Emily uses her’s for her 20-minute cleaning daily schedule. It’s a fabulous idea that I think I want to adopt this year.
Hop on over to ADHC to download.
Here’s a little known fact about me… I selected marketing as my major because as a young girl I fell in love with Gap’s advertising. Keep in mind that these were the days with the West Side Story inspired ads, and the singing group of good looking people singing, “Mellow Yellow.” My dream job was to work for Gap in San Fran. Ever since then, I paid close attention to all of their campaigns. I admired any Leibovitz campaign, especially one that I blogged about years ago.
Today, I did a little happy dance at my desk when I read about the new campaign on Adrants. The message of this campaign is, “true love comes in all shades.” The campaign features different interpretations of family, and love. Created by Minneapolis-based Peterson Mills Hooks, the images made me smile and it also showcases a few of my favorites: the cast of The New Normal, Rufus Wainwright, and Michael J. Fox.
I don’t know what it is, but Gap advertising still makes me turn into a little ad geek, and Gap fan girl.
Hi everyone. I am over on A Denver Home Companion today with a new downloadable!
Ready for the weekend? Me too. Hate Comic Sans, me too? I know, I know, who doesn’t? It’s probably getting to cliche too even say that. To make up for that, I thought I would post something that caught my attention a few months ago.
Enter Paris-based duo Florian Amoneau and Thomas White of We Are Cephalization with the Comic Sans Project. As they put it “We are the Comic Sans defenders. We fear no fonts and we will make the whole world Comic Sans. Because Helvetica is so 2011.”
See more here!