BHS seems on its way to joining the likes of Woolworths and Comet in the British brand boneyard. In a world where anything can be thrown away and replaced, a museum in West London provides a historic journey of changing consumer brands. From household goods to technology, we took a nostalgic trip through their time tunnel. Stay updated with what goes on behind the scenes! Follow us: http://www.twitter.com/London_360 Find us on Community Channel http://www.communitychannel.org/
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The World Branding Awards took place at One Whitehall Place, London, on 26 October 2014. For more information and to see the list of winners, visit http://awards.brandingforum.org. The World Branding Forum, organisers of the Awards, presented Robert Opie, Founder of the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising, with two replica trophies of the Awards. One trophy is gold while the other is silver. The trophies will be displayed in the museum. The Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising is located in London's Notting Hill. For more information, visit: http://www.museumofbrands.com/
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Featuring over 12,000 original items from the unique Robert Opie Collection, discover how well-loved brands evolved through their creative use of packaging and advertising - and how we evolved with them.
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An introduction to the Advertising and Brand Design courses at Swansea College of Art, University of Wales Trinity Saint David. Directed, filmed and edited by CIRIC.
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The Museum of Brands’ professional development programme is gathering momentum. With its industry focused series of talks, workshops and masterclasses, attendees can build on their knowledge with the latest insights from marketing experts. The Museum’s unique setting offers access to a huge range of displays showing brands, packaging and advertising from Victorian times to present day. We are proud to announce our next talk in the series; 'What Advertising History Can Teach Us About Tomorrow', a masterclass with Phil Woodford, Course Director at the Chartered Institute of Marketing. In this clip, Phil introduces his connection to the world of branding and advertising, and singles out his favourite brand in the Museum collection. Join us for his talk Monday 12 June at 6.30pm. Book your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/what-advertising-history-can-teach-us-about-tomorrow-tickets-31775869481 Find our whole programme of talks, workshops and masterclasses here: http://www.museumofbrands.com/whats-on/news/launching-professional-development-programme-2017.html For more information, please email Rose at [email protected]
Try out ThePremium Network for free https://goo.gl/g9iS19 Subscribe: https://goo.gl/cv6b96 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Every company has its unique way of showcasing their mission and values and most do this through their logos. Logos like McDonald’s, Nike, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Apple, and Coca-Cola are some of the most famous logos out there. But do you know the 10 famous companies that hold some of the best hidden messages in their logos? Let’s start with Apple and their famous bitten apple logo. Did you know that there are no official explanations of what the logo represents? However, Apple fans did come up with several hidden meanings! Nike’s slogan “just do it” is just as recognizable as their unique swoosh. Did you know it’s not actually a checkmark? It shows a motion of an athlete and represents speed and power! Wait until you hear about the designer who made the logo! McDonald’s hidden message is a lot more subliminal than some of the others. The designer behind the logo wanted to make sure the users get a Freudian experience! You’ll be surprised when you hear exactly what this logo is supposed to represent. Do you know the connection between Coca-Cola and Denmark? The happiest country in the world took advantage of Coca-Cola’s hidden message when the company never knew it had one in the first place! It’s not only a happy country, it’s also very creative! Find out the famous logos with hidden messages by companies like McDonald’s, Nike, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Apple, Coca-Cola, MyFonts, Museum of London, Northwest Airlines, and others! Don’t forget to give the video a thumbs up and subscribe to our channel! ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheThingscom/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.thethings.com/
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taketwo took a trip down nostalgia lane to check out the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising in London. There is a huge number of reminiscent items to see here and with the taketwo 2 for 1 London Voucher and Guide Book, when you buy one ticket, you get one FREE saving you £6.50! taketwo is a premier two for one London Voucher and Guide Book with great 2for1 London offers across a range of sites in London including the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising. Check out http://www.taketwobooks.com for more info. Also find us on: http://www.facebook.com/taketwobooks http://www.twitter.com/taketwobooks http://www.youtube.com/taketwobooks
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Looking back at 2015's Digital Summit, next up was the Brand Health Summit 2016 CIM’s Brand Health Summit was a one-day event designed for marketing professionals and business leaders. We brought case studies, interviews, and interactive Q&As to help marketers understand the drivers of brand experience, how to build a great brand, and the future trends marketers would need to know about. These are the key takeaways from the event: https://exchange.cim.co.uk/blog/key-takeaways-brand-health-summit-2016/
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Students of 5th EPA.L. of Patras, in the framework of Erasmus+ KA1 project, have taken part in an Interactive Branding Workshop at Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising in London. One of the teams presents the research they performed on a new brand innovation for a specific target group of consumers.
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NFC (Near Field Communication) is a new mobile phone technology which allows users to share information with a simple tap of a device. Working with Nokia, we've introduced NFC to both our venues, and with an increasing number of NFC enabled handsets available in the UK, we're excited to be among the first public organisations to use tomorrow's technology today. Find out more in this short film and by visiting http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/Explore-online/NFC.htm
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Summary of the World Branding Awards 2017 at Kensington Palace in London, which saw 245 brands from 32 countries honoured in a glittering ceremony. For more information and to see the list of winners, visit http://awards.brandingforum.org/ Presented By: David Croft Video Production: twobytwo Director: Noah Goodrich Camera Operators: Noah Goodrich, Kyle Johnston, Paul Anthony, Tobias Marshall | Interviewers: Francis Lane, Cassandra Baratto, Kathleen Shelby, Andrea Damagnez, Simone Wilson, Claire Cataluffi, Jessie Pettit, Holly Mitchell Post Production: twobytwo | Photography: Francesca Emma & Beth Dubois, Light Studios | Event Management: Douglas Wintle, Wise Productions Special Thanks To: Sophie Keevil & Sarah Weller, Historic Royal Palaces | Robert Opie, Museum of Brands | Hannah Harris, The Recipe | Sofia Todd, Lavender Green | Clementine Vale, Apollo Strings | Kate Howard & Ben Revell, Past Pleasures Produced By: World Branding Forum Chairman: Richard Rowles Operations Director: Julian Andersen Project Directors: Charlotte Anderson, Steve Vandenberg Executive Producer: Peter Pek
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Students of 5th EPA.L. of Patras, in the framework of Erasmus+ KA1 project, have taken part in an Interactive Branding Workshop at Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising in London. One of the teams presents the research they performed on a new brand innovation for a specific target group of consumers.
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Xess Advetising L.L.C is a company based in Dubai that specializes in Exhibition stand design, stand building, Event Production, conference signage design, corporate branding, outdoor and indoor digital printing and more. We offer a turnkey solution due to a highly experienced team dedicated to graphic design, 3D renderings, fabrication, installation and branding. Our team can deliver innovative concepts that convert your given brief into designs that communicate your brand and messages to your target audience. In today's market, we understand that many companies are very budget conscious. We do not let this deter us from designing compelling and eye-catching stands that remain within your budget bracket. For More Details : http://www.xessevents.com/ Contact Us: Kethis Waram | [email protected] Javid Miandad | [email protected]
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Robert Rose, Chief Strategist at the Content Marketing Institute, speaks at North Plains Breakfast and Brands event held at the Brand Museum in London. Download the white paper here: http://www.northplains.com/white-paper/content-marketing-up-to-eleven/ Links to videos shown in Robert Rose's presentation: British Airways Face advert https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJnk40klHaE Ryan asks Miley to the prom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRPqvbnvzj4 What does the fox say? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jofNR_WkoCE&feature=kp Rosanna Pansino https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5pxW4YOUwE&list=TLQzIC5bcv-W2F22ST-L4WV48HOUSthDj9 Coca-Cola, #Share the Good https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCIVZWq1FAweMYH0a98UNfdisPD8F_Xmm
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'We don't own our brands, they live in the minds of those that perceive us'. This truth is something that's at the core of brand development work. It encourages us to consciously create who we want to be in the way we deliver the promise of ourselves through our digital footprints. Intel's created a site called the Museum of Me that might appeal to anyone thinking about this in the context of their own personal brands. It's a clever and beautifully rendered aggregate of Facebook data, and one that makes the network effects of connected personal brands come to life very powerfully. Here's mine.
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Scintilla Kreations Pvt Ltd Corporate Film | Best Advertising and Branding Agency in Hyderabad Looking For Leading Advertising Agency in Hyderabad? Let's connect to Scintilla Kreations Pvt Ltd. At Scintilla Kreations, whatever we do, we do with a clear purpose and generate results with a single-minded focus on driving commercial success for our esteemed clients. Scintilla today has an impressive oeuvre in a different genre and in different languages. We are among the best film production houses, TV commercial makers, branding agencies, creative advertising agencies, print campaign makers, e-commerce portal developers, and digital marketing advertising agencies among other roles that we play for our growing clientele. A talented team of over 82 professionals strengthens our efforts. Our Services: Advertising Agency Ad films Corporate Films Corporate Presentations Documentary Films Walk Through Films Brand Publicity Digital Marketing Website Designing & Development E-commerce Portal Development Mobile App Development Brochure Designing Logo Designing Hoarding Designing Contact : Phone: +91-7569000300, 9030006330 Email: [email protected] Visit : http://www.adfilmmakers.com/ or http://scintilladigi.com Address: #8-3-993, Plot no.7, 2nd Floor, Doyen Galaxy, Srinagar Colony, Hyderabad, Telangana 500073. Let’s Connect : Subscribe to YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/scintillakreations Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scintillakreations/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScintillaADs Connect on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/113438319722253219812 Follow us on Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/company/scintilla-kreations
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http://www.vernissage.tv | The i-Cosmos. Might, Myth and Magic of a Brand at the Design Museum in Frankfurt / Main in Germany is dedicated to the design philosophy of Apple. Exhibition walk-through. More info and photo set: http://vernissage.tv/blog/2011/04/26/the-i-cosmos-museum-fur-angewandte-kunst-frankfurt-am-main/ The exhibition i-Kosmos (i-Cosmos) at the Museum für Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt am Main is an investigation on the role of design for the success of Apple in the computer and entertainment business. i-Cosmos is the world's first comprehensive show on the design of iDevices as well as their parallel and peripheral products. Always the brand for people of the creative industry, Apple is no longer a niche player. The market capitalization of the company has even surpassed that of Microsoft. When Wired magazine called to pray for Apple with its June 2007 cover, most people were sure that the company was doomed. With the return of co-founder Steve Jobs, the success story began again: Mac OS X (the new operating system), the iMac, iPod, iTunes, and finally iPhone and iPad. If you understand design as to be more than styling, more then adding colors and lines according to the latest fashion, and more than adding functions and technology just because it's available and feasible, then Apple might be one of the few companies today that very consequently use design to create useful products that are reduced to the maximum: the maximum functionality, desireability, salability. The curators of the exhibition state that Apples iDevices have each caused a paradigm shift in their product genres.
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Lisa Smith is an award-winning Creative Director with expertise across a variety of design disciplines, from branding, print and advertising to exhibition design. After joining Wolff Olins in 2011, Lisa led the firms’ creative team in the execution of the highly acclaimed re-brand of USA Today garnering a coveted Silver Lion at the 2013 Cannes Lions Awards as well as a Fast Company Innovation by Design Award. Lisa has worked across a range of categories including fashion, retail, hospitality, museums, law, healthcare and technology, for clients including Expedia, Microsoft Surface, Nixon Peabody and Getty Images. Before joining Wolff Olins, Lisa built her experience working for world-class clients. She spent five years with design consultancy Browns in London where she delivered award-winning work for Channel 4 — one of the UK’s top broadcasters — and worked on engagements for internationally renowned fashion designer Dries Van Noten, D&AD (Design & Art Direction), Magnum photographers Susan Meiselas and Bruce Gilden, and illustrator/artist Paul Davis. Following Brown’s, Lisa worked for 2 years at the V&A, London’s largest museum of art and design where she helped develop and execute an end-to-end identity for the museum, including exhibition design. After relocating to New York 8 years ago, she joined Marque Creative where her clients included The Bon-Ton Stores Inc., Victor Alfaro, The Nolitan Hotel and Haunch of Venison. Lisa is a high-energy, dynamic design leader with a strong vision and skill in inspiring and motivating teams. http://www.wolffolins.com/people/100/lisa-smith https://twitter.com/lisadesignnyc?lang=en
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Erik Kessels re-invents the scope of storytelling. Erik believes we live in a new age, where a brand can tell its tale not only through traditional media, but in whatever form most suits its message. An idea can pop up in the form of a book, a film, an advertising campaign, an exhibition or a product.He stands for the propagation of good ideas, of imagination over traditional limitations. Erik has created a range of projects, including the photography book series in almost every picture, championing every day (or 'found') photography.He also hosts do, a brand whose long running mission is to help consumers engage more actively with the products they use. His company is responsible for 'The Other Final,' a documentary film about football's two lowest ranking teams playing their own alternative World Cup Final. Today's toolbox for telling stories is getting ever larger, with fresh opportunities provided by technology and the ever-expanding skill sets of young creatives. Erik Kessels will explore many of these stories, new and old, in his talk. Regarding Erik KesselsErik is co-founder and Creative Director of Dutch advertising agency KesselsKramer. Following the principle that any medium, as long as it is relevant to an idea, is a potential for communication for a brand and its products or services, KesselsKramer's portfolio ranges from 'classical' advertising to documentary film. Erik has designed, edited and published several books of his 'collected' images with KesselsKramer Publishing --including the in almost every picture series, Instant Men, Wonder and 2 Kilo of KesselsKramer. Since 2000, he has been one of the editors of the alternative photography magazine Useful Photography. He has curated exhibitions such as Loving Your Pictures at the Centraal Museum Utrecht, The Netherlands and at Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie Arles. In 2007, KesselsKramer set up a London office, KK Outlet. Like its parent company, this combined shop, gallery and communications agency prides itself on a very diverse output. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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In the wake of social media brands and corporations are looking for a way to connect and start conversations with consumers about their products. In the recents years, creating pop up museums and exhibitions have been the latest trend in creating consumer experiences. The Museum of Feelings presented by Glade located in Battery Park from November 24th to December 15th, invited visitors to engage in five different experience rooms. Each room was named after an emotion and emitted a certain Glade scent, sight, touch, and sound in order for visitors to feel that emotion. The purpose of the exhibits was to show visitors the intense connection between between scents and emotion. Visitors shared their experience and witness others experiences through the #MusuemofFeelings. The use of social media, Glade now has continued the conversation around their product continue after their exhibit closed.
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University project where we were asked to re-brand the design museum. This animation would appear on the website, as well as a form of installation that would be designed for the outside of the museum. The morphing colours/shapes are the letter 'D' in many different typefaces to show the diversity of design and the many different routes and approaches that different designers take to solve problems.
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The Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa (Zeitz MOCAA) has been opened with a powerful brand identity to represent Africa’s newest cultural icon. Having been appointed the museum’s pro bono advertising agency, M&C Saatchi Abel developed the logo and brand identity to reflect the iconic status and symbolic importance of Zeitz MOCAA both for the continent and internationally. Globally, the M&C Saatchi brand is synonymous with an endearing love of art. One of the agency’s original founders, Charles Saatchi, opened his eponymous London gallery in 1985 to exhibit his vast personal collection to the public. In South Africa, M&C Saatchi Abel’s collection of contemporary South African and African art is beyond just a body of art pieces, and is rather seen by the agency as a body of inspiration for the creative company.
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Tim Reeve emphasises the potential of cultural brands to be powerful, resilient and flexible when it comes to new policy landscapes. Through the partnership between the V&A and the China Merchants Group he exemplifies what can be achieved through unconventional brand partnerships and a clear sense of collective ambition and of shared risks and rewards. Reeve is Deputy Director and Chief Operating Officer of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
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Apotek | Ad That Could Blow You Away Literally | Swedish Pharmacy Commercial Subway Trains Billboard Hair-Raising Subway Ad Blows Away the Competition A clever outdoor ad from Sweden uses a bit of technology to transcend the limits of the medium. Apotek, a pharmacy brand, outfitted subway platform ads in Stockholm with ultra-sonic sensors that discerned when a train was coming. The ad featured a model with a lush mane, and when the train came, her hair flapped in the wind and she struggled to keep it in place. SEE ALSO: Billboard Shows Different Messages for Kids and Adults The tagline: Make your hair come alive. The ad surfaced around the same time that another billboard, from IKEA, was using alternating red, blue and green lighting to express three different messages and underscore a point about maximizing space. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments. This Ingenious Subway Ad Activates When the Train Arrives Last November, British Airways unveiled billboards that interact with airplanes. Now, Swedish pharmacy chain Apotek has come up with some creepily-awesome subway ads that respond to incoming trains. To promote a new line of hair products, Apotek snuck ultrasonic sensors into digital screens on a Stockholm subway platform. The sensors monitor the train's arrival, ensuring that the model's luscious tresses are blown away each time the train pulls in. This video shows the installation process. And here's some additional raw footage --which seems to suggest that timing the ad just right is a bit tricky. In this instance, the model's hair doesn't start blowing until well after the train first arrives. Campaña de Apotek Hjärtat en el metro de Estocolmo Clear Channel Outdoor, especialista en soluciones de comunicación, ha desarrollado una llamativa campaña en una estación de metro de Estocolmo para la compañía farmacéutica Apotek Hjärtat. Ad of the Week: Apotek Hjärtat digital poster An innocuous looking poster in a Stockholm subway proved surprising to commuters recently when the model starring in the ad reacted to the arrival of trains, with her hair blowing around as if by the wind. The digital poster, which is for haircare company Apotek Hjärtat, is our Ad of the Week. Created by ad agency Åkestam Holst and interactive and post production company Stopp, the poster was fitted with an ultra sonic sensor so it would react to the arrival of incoming trains, though not to passing passengers. The film below shows how it worked: Apolosophy by Apotek Outdoor ad in Sweden Last year we saw a digital billboard ad for British Airways that showed a child stand up and point when a BA plane flew overhead, and this work is a similarly clever use of technology. As with the BA work, the tech is used to create an effect that is right on brand for the client. And the work even impressed Clear Channel: the ad was initially going to run for one day only but the media company saw it as such a good advert for its screens' capabilities that they kept it live for five additional days. THIS SWEDISH SUBWAY AD UNDERSTANDS HOW HARD IT IS TO KEEP YOUR HAIR NICE WHEN THE TRAIN BLOWS PAST The curious dual nature of public transportation means that the arrival of a subway train is met with both the thrill of knowing that you don't have to wait in a station anymore, and the unpleasant experience of dealing with a train that's about to zoom by you, blowing your hair and screaming in your ear. That's something that Scandinavian drug store chain Apotek decided to play with for its new interactive subway poster campaign highlighting a new line of hair care products. In this 45-second video, Apotek, agency Perfect Fools and production company Stopp demonstrate how they installed an ultrasonic sensor in digital posters, which were capable of monitoring when the trains would arrive in the station. As they do, the blonde-haired model who otherwise sits pleasantly smiling and occasionally blinking at commuters suddenly reacts--as her voluminous locks start blowing all over her face. Those in the station seem to appreciate the unexpected fun that the drug store brought to their commute, rendering an otherwise ominous tagline--"makes your hair come alive"--into a safe, friendly bit of relatable whimsy. Advertising: Now with interactive hair February 28th, 2014 • No CommentsBy Ian Wade Following on from British Airways' planespotting ad, it seems like interactive is now quite the thing for advertising and consumer brand engagement. The pharmacy brand Apotek have fitted out subway adverts in Stockholm with ultra-sonic sensors that react to when a train is arriving or departing the station. The ads feature a lady with nice hair that swishes about in reaction to the trains. Haircare Poster Reacts To Train's Arrival In Stockholm Subway The Ad That Could Blow You Away Literally! Apotek
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Destination branding is an ever growing complex challenge. Social media, new business models and the empowerment of consumers all around the world have changed the rules of the game. Destination management organizations revaluate their structures and marketing strategies to adapt to the new market trends. The 2015 edition of the UNWTO/WTM Ministers’ Summit on the theme of Destination Branding: new challenges in a changing market will focus on the changes shaping tourism markets and how this impact on destination branding, looking in particular into the following issues: What makes a successful destination brand in today’s globalized media landscape The links between nation branding and destination branding The role of social media and consumers’ engagement in destination branding Reputation management and crisis communication The changing role of destination marketing organizations and how to adapt to the new media landscape The contribution of the creative economy to destination branding: promoting and sharing experiences.
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Hilary Greenbaum is Design Director at The Whitney Museum of American Art. She joined Design Driven to share how The Whitney created a comprehensive and consistent design experience for The Whitney that bridged the digital and physical worlds. FirstMark is an early stage venture capital firm based in New York City. To become a part of Design Driven NYC, visit http://designdrivennyc.com. To find out more about FirstMark Capital, visit http://firstmarkcap.com.
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Gordon's week on The Nightly Show turned into a bit of a prank-fest. Here's all of them neatly packaged into one easily accessible video. Subscribe now for clips and behind the scenes content: http://bit.ly/2kzAxxe Check us out on... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ITVNightlyShow Twitter: https://twitter.com/ITVNightlyShow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ITVNightlyShow
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Another successful year of shows with our partner Mirror Show Management for Gatorade. This year’s focus was all about adding enhancements to the customer experience, through a few large scale interactive additions, to smaller UI and UX updates. We explored new avenues into user-generated content and some contextual mini-games to add a few more lighthearted elements, which culminated in our most successful set of exhibits with Gatorade yet. Find out more: http://bit.ly/Gatorade2018 ------------------------------------------------------------------------- Find out more on our website: http://bit.ly/DemodernDigtalAgency Please find an overview of our projects here: http://bit.ly/Demodern_Projekte Follow us on our other channels: https://www.facebook.com/demodern/ https://www.instagram.com/demodern/ https://twitter.com/demodern
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Valentine's on a Student Budget: http://www.scarletslippers.co.uk/2018/02/valentines-on-student-budget-ft-lily-abi.html Abi's Blog - http://www.ladyhunter.co.uk Lily's Blog - http://lilyroserichards.blogspot.co.uk University Outfits of the Week: https://youtu.be/Yq3weWqfK9A ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- DISCOUNTS/CODES♡: Degusta Food Subscription Box: CHARLOTTER-ACAC (first box for £5.99!) Graze Box: YC2Y5PM4P (1st, 5th and 10th box free!) Coconut Lane: SCARLETSLIPPERS20 (20% off!) THE UNIBOX: Feel Unique: http://referme.to/Zc9OXPo (£10 off your first order!) FAQ: ♡ Where do you live? Lincoln (uni) and Wellingborough (hometown) ♡ How old are you? I am 19 & my birthday is September 4th. ♡ What do you film main videos and vlogs on? Nikon D3300 for main videos and Olympus Pen EPL8 for vlogs! ♡ What do you edit on? iMovie app ♡ What do you study at university? I study Forensic Science at the University of Lincoln. ♡ Sub Count at time of publishing: Links♡ Blog - www.scarletslippers.co.uk Main Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHTIkfYn4sQtvqk4WgoJF5A Twitter - @scarletslipperx Insta - @scarletslippersblog Depop - @charemily_ Facebook - www.facebook.com/scarletslippersx Snapchat - scarletslippers Contact/Business Enquiries: [email protected] ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I do not own the rights to the track(s) used; all credit to the owner.
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Agent Provocateur, which was founded in London in 1994, is a leading British lingerie brand. In this short film, Creative Director Sarah Shotton discusses the brand’s inspirations and processes from creation to catwalk, and explores the idea of temptation in underwear design. This film was produced for the V&A exhibition, Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear, 16 April 2016 – 12 March 2017 vam.ac.uk/undressed vam.ac.uk/content/exhibitions/exhibition-undressed-a-brief-history-of-underwear/
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The World Branding Awards took place at One Whitehall Place, London, on 26 October 2014. For more information and to see the list of winners, visit http://awards.brandingforum.org. WINNER: Barclays - Banking - United Kingdom Barclays has over 300 years of history and expertise in banking. From their beginnings in Lombard Street, London through to the launch of the world’s first ATM, the brand is a force in the banking industry. It moves, lends, invests and protects money for 48 million customers and clients worldwide. Barclays has a primary listing on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. It has a secondary listing on the New York Stock Exchange. It has total assets of around US$2.42 trillion, making it the seventh-largest of any bank worldwide. David Wheldon, Director of Brand, Reputation, Citizenship and Marketing, and Emma Isaac, Group Brand and Marketing Director of Barclays, accepted the award.
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Special sketch by Katy Brand for Comic Relief, featuring Kate Moss and Sadie Frost. Subscribe ► http://bit.ly/1gXbQkj Visit Us ► http://comicrelief.com Facebook ► https://facebook.com/comicrelief Twitter ► https://twitter.com/comicrelief ------------------------------------------- Thanks for all your support - sharing the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated. Please respect each other in the comments! Donate: https://www.comicrelief.com/donate Our mission is to drive positive change through the power of entertainment. © Comic Relief 2016. Registered charity 326568 (England/Wales); SC039730 (Scotland)
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Britain has some of the strongest product placement rules in the world - and it means YouTube vloggers have to declare their advertising before you click on the video. Why? And what did it mean for our version of The Price is Right? Thank you to Rob (http://twitter.com/readwriteerase) for stepping in as camera operator at the very last moment, despite the terrible weather and his being a bit ill! SEE MORE OVER ON THE PARK BENCH: 18 minutes of Matt and Tom talking about the economics of YouTube, and why there isn't a Patreon link here: https://youtu.be/w04WmOzK4UY
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The Mind Behind is a pilot for a web series chronicling the life and times of great Canadian advertisers. Hosted by Doug Linton, this production provides an in-depth look at legends of advertising. See more at ninja9.ca
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The World Branding Awards took place at Kensington Palace in London on 11 October 2017. For more information and to see the list of winners, visit https://awards.brandingforum.org. WINNER: MML - Home & Garden – Tiles - Malaysia In 1964, industry experts from Japan, Italy and France were brought in to pioneer world class technology and stringent quality management in the start up of MML – Malaysia’s first mosaic plant. Ever since then, MML has never stopped crafting tiles to the highest quality for consumers who deserve the best. The passion and dedication behind the brand has led to continuous innovation, making each and every piece of MML tile a hallmark of the brand’s quality. Today, MML offers designer tile concepts for the consumer who appreciates the finest things in life. These are luxury materials which surpass the conventional tiles of yesterday. Alex Yeow Wai Siaw, CEO, Malaysian Mosaics, represented the brand at the Awards.
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This talk took place on Friday, June 15, 2018 in The Great Hall at The Cooper Union as part of the Typographics Conference. This recording was made possible by a generous sponsorship from Google Fonts. When you think of corporate identity, a logo is the first thing that comes to mind. What’s the role of type? Where does it fall on the great hierarchy of brand elements? Bobby C. Martin Jr. of OCD will argue that type might be a brand’s design MVP. As a Founding Partner, Bobby Martin guides the Original Champions of Design’s culture and sets the relentless standard of design and vision for the company. Since founding, the branding and design agency, with Jennifer Kinon in 2010, Martin has partnered with a wide range of clients such as Dartmouth, Girl Scouts of the USA, the National Basketball Association, The New York Times and The Studio Museum in Harlem to ensure their growth and creative goals. Prior to founding OCD, Martin led an internal design team for Nokia in London where he oversaw brand identity across their global packaging range. He also served as design director of Jazz at Lincoln Center where he worked with Artistic Director, Wynton Marsalis, to bring the brand to life and reach new audiences. Fast Company recently named Bobby Martin one of the “Most Creative People in Business”. He is a board member of the Type Directors Club and served on the board of AIGA/NY from 2006-08. Bobby Martin graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and earned an MFA from the School of Visual Arts where is also faculty.
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Whether this is your first or your 15th time to London, if you venture to these unexpected spots, you’ll come across some truly interesting stories. Find your bliss at Wat Buddhapadipa, a Thai Buddhist temple, the first of its kind in Britain, tucked away in Wimbledon. Or there’s the Design Museum, where the exhibits make you feel deep nostalgia. How about Pergola Olympia, for drinks at the most Garden of Eden-style indoor/outdoor space you’ve ever seen? Or climbing the Dome at St. Paul's Cathedral, where the view is worth all 527 steps? Hidden in the basement of the old Truman Brewery, there’s the Brick Lane Vintage Market, the biggest collection of vintage stores (and colorful characters) in Britain. And the list goes on…. Where will you find your unexpected London? * This video is proudly produced in partnership with VisitBritain: https://ad.doubleclick.net/ddm/clk/434862602;236730903;d DOWNLOAD OUR APP APPLE: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/travelstoke/id983733875?mt=8 ANDROID: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.matadornetwork.travelstoke&hl=en MORE FROM MATADOR NETWORK WEB: http://matadornetwork.com/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/matadornetwork/ YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/user/MATADORnetwork FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/matadornetwork ABOUT MATADOR NETWORK MatadorNetwork.com and its social channels are the #1 digital destination for affluent millennial travelers and adventurers. With over 9 million monthly uniques and millions of social followers, we are the world's leading independent travel media outlet. ABOUT MATADOR STUDIOS MATADOR STUDIOS specializes in ideating, producing and distributing the most engaging branded video content on the Web. We work with some of the most talented filmmakers in the world to create broadcast quality video content for use across digital, social or broadcast. WEB: https://matadornetwork.com/content/about/ TRAVEL | ADVENTURE | TRAVEL CULTURE | #TRAVELSTOKE
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ad:tech London has long been the UK's global gathering of marketing and advertising technology players. Over thirteen years later, ad:tech still delivers the global advertisers, tech innovators and media powerhouses who fuel the 'MADtech' conversation. Keynotes this year included Nick Clegg Former Deputy PM, and leading digital professionals from the likes of L'Oréal, Lenovo, Williams Martini Racing, UBS, Havas Media, Vizeum, Burger King, VICE, Laundrapp, Mozilla, and Nestlé to name a few...
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Tokyo digital art museum looks to ‘expand the beautiful’: http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/293271/tokyo-digital-art-museum-looks-expand-beautiful/. Thanks for watching, subscribe for more videos. Image: AFP The waterfall appears to run down the wall of a room and across the floor, but the flow is an illusion — a digital exhibit at a new interactive museum in Tokyo. The flower-filled waterfall is the work of Japanese collective teamLab, known internationally for their innovative “digital art” that combines projections, sound and carefully designed spaces to create other-worldly, immersive experiences. After exhibitions around the world, they are opening this summer a museum dedicated entirely to their unique brand of artwork. ADVERTISEMENT The space is being billed as a first, a digital museum with artwork that envelopes and interacts with visitors. One space features a bucolic rice field, another is filled with seemingly endless hanging lamps that illuminate as the visitor nears, the light moving from one lamp to another around the room. Elsewhere, a waterfall filled with flowers appears to flow over a hill or waves crash along the walls, throwing spray towards the ceiling. The exhibits are designed to flow into one another and interact with each other and the viewer. Some follow visitors or react in different ways when they are touched. “We have created a borderless world made up of pieces of artwork that move by themselves, communicate with each other and mix perfectly with others,” teamLab co-founder Toshiyuki Inoko, 41, told AFP. “I would like this space to become a place where we can remember that borders do not exist in our world,” he said. Some exhibits also encourage visitor participation — in one, viewers are “propelled into space” by bouncing on a trampoline in the midst of an intergalactic projection, in another they can dance in unison with performers who appear as translucent silhouettes. Inoko, who has a background in physics, founded teamLab in 2001 with four fellow Tokyo University students, but the collective didn’t make its artistic debut until 2011, with a show at a gallery in Taipei. ADVERTISEMENT Three years later, New York’s Pace Gallery began promoting their work, and in 2015, they organized their first exhibition in Japan, drawing nearly 500,000 visitors over 130 days. Since then, they have shown across the world, with exhibitions in London, Silicon Valley, China and elsewhere and the collective has grown to some 500 members. They describe themselves as “ultratechnologists”, who combine expertise in specialty fields, including engineering, robotics and architecture, with hands-on manual labor to produce art. While teamLab works are now in several permanent collections, the new museum will be the first permanent space completely devoted to the collective’s pieces. The cost of the project has not been disclosed, but a team member told AFP that each piece of artwork can cost around $1-2 million. The collective will have some 50 exhibits in the 10,000-square-meter (more than 100,000 square-foot) space in the bayside Odaiba area of Tokyo. They
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