Thursday, 24 March 2011
Jack found this for me. A delightful illustration that captures the slow and lazy characteristics of the manatee by turning it into a sluggish steamboat. Why they are in the sky I am not too sure. But it's definitely a good thing.
Wednesday, 23 March 2011
Monday, 21 March 2011
This tube advert diverted my attention due to the fact that its content is relevant to the Glayva target audience that we are aiming our marketing at. As the content of the advert targets concert goes, which is something outlined by Chris and I that our audience might do. The fact that it is on the tube suggests that our audience frequent the underground which is a big positive.
Wednesday, 16 March 2011
Sunday, 13 March 2011
Thursday, 10 March 2011
A great example of how contemporary design fits into an environment and how fitting design into an environment makes it spatially effective. This is relevant to designing the event that Chris and I are proposing to Glayva to promote it to businesses.
The design for this exhibition was done by Leicester and London based graphic design company Checkland Kindleysides. The aesthetic of the design fills the exhibition making everything work together. This is essentially what Chris and I want to employ in the promotional Glayva event that we would target business owners with.
Tuesday, 8 March 2011
In recent times the scotch whisky market has undergone some major redevelopments in its design. This is precisely the kind of angle that Chris and I want to take in marketing Glayva to a broader audience in the UK. Also, it would match the contemporary packaging that Glayva have recently had re-done by Elmwood. Here are some top notch redesigns of scotch single malts: