Seemingly irrelevant imagery used in ads to grab attention
Implications - Advertising no longer simply depicts a product: often, the item being sold isn’t even illustrated. Far-fetched imagery is now being used to lure people in and spark their curiosity, leaving them enthused and curious as to the creator’s identity, which in turn boosts brand appeal.
Sometimes, something just captures, confuses and inspires you. That is exactly the effect of these quirky animal-inspired hair hats by Japanese art director Nagi Noda. They are truly out of this world.… [More]
Inspired by the iconic 1959 Barbie, Evelina Bratell a student at Beckmans design school, created a fascinating Barbie fashion collection with a photography theme of living in the Barbie doll house.
This is a follow-up on a trend we published recently about the Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy exhibit.
We already told you the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York would be featuring a huge collection… [More]
Completion of a 100 year old engineering project finally happened a few days ago. The tunnel between New York and London, called the Telectroscope, allows residents of both cities to peer down the giant… [More]