Analog Advertising Will Never Die

So long as there are bugs and viruses, digital advertising will never totally replace analog. These lovely Clear Channel boards that are popping up all over NYC are obviously susceptible to mishap. I think they look better like this, anyway.

Nike Ground

Always a pioneer in PR, Nike has uncovered a yet untapped frontier for name placement: the historic squares of urban Europe. The first location for Nike’s new campaign is Vienna’s Karlsplatz, now known as ‘Nikeplatz.’ In order to promote the Nike lifestyle to the Viennese public, a seductive ‘Info Box’ has been installed in the square. There, visitors can learn about the 18 m high …

Modo

During the Summer of 2000 I had a major technolust for the much anticipated Modo pager. Of course, I got one of the $100 (with no additional cost for service) egg shaped devices the day it came out. It still is the best example I have seen so far of consistent experience. From the hipster ads, to the curvy Industrial Design, to the twirling User …