Stack of papers on a wall in our municipal center is accessible for anyone willing to review.
So, I looked through the meeting notes by zoning and planning committees. Engineering projects around East Brunswick, NJ needed plenty of variance hearings (for approval of exceptions from the rules). I was particularly interested in those projects that had something to do with signage installed in public view: on the external walls and in front of the buildings.
Now, I simply can’t resist.
Alas! This post has nothing to do with digital signage.
It has little to do with computer technology either. (Although, thank you, slideshare.com and tata_helena!)
This post, however, is about the same juice that drives both aforementioned fields [among others].
I want to be drinking the same drinks that the designer(s) of the following creative series had. (more…)
Search engines yield about 700 articles about yesterday’s Boston security hoax, which turned out being advertising campaign for Adult Swim’s new animated show Aqua Teen Hunger Force (parent company Turner Broadcasting).
Source: Make (follow the link to see video)
I came across a curious bunch of articles at The Center for Media Literacy a few days ago.
The articles were about ethical conflicts seemingly inherent for advertising industry, products of which are “Creating the Myths of Our Time” (as J. Francis Davis put it in his correspondingly titled article). (more…)