Good Campaign of the Week: Seeds of Change “Save the Flowers”

Campaign: Save the Flavors Agency: BBDO San Francisco Client: Seeds of Change Would you sink your teeth into an endangered species? This is the question posed by a new campaign asking consumers to rethink their approach on food consumption. BBDO San Francisco and the organic food company Seeds of Change are encouraging people to save Read more

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Are You Emoji Illiterate? Domino’s Creates a Guide for You

You have to know your emojis if you want to communicate with Millennials today, and Domino’s has the right resources to help you out. Working together with Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Domino’s created “Emoji Literacy Flashcards” to aid those who have a hard time understanding symbols we today replace words with. According to Domino’s estimates, Read more

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Cornetto’s YouTube Ad Tells A Love Story From Both Sides

Unilever ice cream brand Cornetto has released another love story ad, but this time it tells it from both sides simultaneously. The ad is titled “Two Sides” and it revolves around a high school couple and their romance builds up towards the upcoming prom night. The factor that sets this ad apart from others (Honda’s Read more

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Nestlé Coffee Served by Nude Baristas in NYC

Free coffee and nude baristas—what else could you wish for on a Friday morning? Apparently this is what Nestlé was thinking of when they created a new campaign for its Coffee-Mate Natural Bliss coffee creamer. Back in April 24th, Nestlé and ad agency 360i took over a small coffee shop, an Irving Farm in Manhattan, Read more

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St Germain Has Never Been So Sassy in a Periscope Live Streaming Burlesque Show

So far, the Periscope live streaming app launched by Twitter in March this year has been used mostly for promoting fashion brands, such as Burberry, Target, and now Bacardi Ltd. owned liqueur brand St Germain, have proven that brands from different industries can be as stylish and fit for promotion via this channel. To create the magic that Read more

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Milk Dispenser “Vache à Lait” Brings a Farm-to-Table Experience to Your Home

The French Design Studio 55 created a unique milk dispenser “Vache à Lait” (the “Milk Cow” project) that emphasizes the importance of farm-to-table eating and promotes eco-beneficial practices. The product was submitted to The Milk Factory for the “What’s Next for Milk?” competition with the support of CNIEL (the French National Organization of Milk Manufacturers). The Read more

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Coke Cans Drop All Labels in the Middle East to Discourage Prejudice

When trying to make a case for human respect, actions tend to speak louder than words. Coca-Cola is dropping all labels on its cans in the Middle East for the month of Ramadan in order to discourage prejudice and promote equality. The cans are simply marked with Coke’s iconic white ribbons, and one message: “Labels Read more

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Give a Blue Moon to an Artist and See What Happens

Twenty promising artists from all over US have showcased their talent designing labels for bottles of Blue Moon beer as part of special Artist Series launched by Blue Moon Brewing Company, a subsidiary brand of MillerCoors. The only brief they were given was to include an image of a moon in their design and the rest Read more

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No You’re Not Crazy, Whole Foods Really Is Overcharging You

Whole Foods is pricey, but even more than it is allowed to be. According to the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs, Whole Foods has been overcharging customers for their pre-packaged foods by displaying an inaccurate weight on its packaging. The investigation was set underway in October last year, and the DCA detected “systematic Read more

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Daily Table: A New Store in Boston Sells Low Budget Food and Meals from Aging Food

A new store opened last Thursday in Boston with great prices for aging food and cheap meals. Daily Table, a non-profit grocery store in Dorchester, is able to sell at low prices because the food is donated by food wholesalers and markets that either couldn’t sell items or is considered surplus. Ex-president of Trader Joe’s Read more

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