The mega Mac. The macaroni and shrimp burger. The lobster caviar burger. The fois gras burger. The Windows 7 Whopper (with seven burgers in it). Just a few examples of the promotional burgers that have graced the world of fast food in recent years.
Anyone fancy a brew?
Four words that are often whispered in our studios around the world. Saying it any louder can result in an order that would challenge even the most skilful of baristas. But following their alarm-clock cap Nescafe have found another innovative way to help people enjoy a nice brew. (Chink chink, Damo.)
You can imagine the marketing men for New England brewery Narrangansett muttering, “We’re gonna need a bigger brand.”
Enter Quint, the squint-eyed, shark-hunting antihero from Jaws. Played with chilling charisma by Robert Shaw, he embodies pure manliness on the open seas. And he also glugs down a ‘Gansett or two during the movie.
What do you call a group of pandas? It’s not a joke from an ice-lolly stick (although feel free to send witty answers on the back of a postcard). The answer is, there isn’t an answer. Pandas don’t have a collective noun because they’re rarely spotted together. Until now.
Ladies and gentlemen, we have now arrived in soft furnishings. Change here for bathroom fittings and interior lighting. To celebrate the new IKEA opening near Tachikawa station in Japan, the masters of flat-pack have decked out an entire train with furnishings from the store.
We’ve seen ads stuck on beards. Drawn onto women’s legs. And now, laser-etched into a slab of raw meat.
Industrial and interaction designer Ivy Hu created this meaty poster for the IDEO web development series Digital Chops. Not only is it beautifully laid out; it also includes teeny tiny details about the event.
Toaster – check. Kettle – check. Bed, sofa, lampshade, desk, linen, pictures, cushions, chairs, glasses, cutlery – check. Spotting the trend for freshers heading off to university with more than just the bare necessities, Target has launched a back-to-college marketing campaign called ‘Everything for U’.