BIG BRAND THEORY: Packaging Design / Ewan Yap ***

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IBM's Outdoor Ads Actually Try to Be Useful and Make Cities Better | Adweek

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Chanel flower stall | Covent Garden, London

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1 | Amazing Interactive Street Art Turns Pedestrian Footsteps Into The Leaves Of Trees | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation

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DIRECTV - "Don't Have a Grandson with a Dog Collar" 2012 Commercial

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The Cool Hunter: guerilla prive ad

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just do it

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Lenor

Abduzeedo Design Inspiration
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Just brilliant (get it?)

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Urban studies 101: if you let them sit, they will come. This is the delightfully simple concept behind Oliver Show’s “Street Furniture,” a series of guerilla public seating areas that sprouted into being through the wrapping of yellow drainage pipes around Hamburg’s existing urban infrastructure. The low-cost, weather-resistant and highly flexible plastic cushions turn bridge trusses into recliners, bike racks into loungers, and safety rails into sofas.

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Love the idea and the mini... The copy needs work

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Photographer Bjoern Ewers directed this creative advertising campaign for the Berlin Philharmonic orchestra that shows beautiful views of the insides of various instruments. Shot using a macro lens, each one looks more like a giant music hall than a musical instrument.

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