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liartownusa:

Detention® Bourbon Children’s Whiskey ad

liartownusa:

Detention® Bourbon Children’s Whiskey ad

robotcosmonaut:

De La Soul (1989)

robotcosmonaut:

De La Soul (1989)

Wayne’s World - 1992

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thedsgnblog:

Dot Dash     |    http://thisisdotdash.com

"We designed the identity and art directed promotional images for a new bakery opening up in Broadway Market, London."

Dot Dash specializes in identity design, print, editorial, environmental, web, packaging and art direction. Combining traditional design values with modern conceptual thinking we strive to add real value to the businesses and organisations we work with. Approaching each project with a passion that takes both our clients and ourselves, on a creative journey to deliver truly impactful visual solutions. Above all, we believe that great design comes from curious minds, collaboration and creativity.

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threewords-imthedoctor:

Amazing posters from the Australian Human Rights Commission’s “Know the Line” campaign which aims to prevent and reduce the harm of sexual harassment in Australian workplaces. 

Check their page out at https://knowtheline.humanrights.gov.au/ 

escapekit:

The Last Billboard

A 36-foot-long billboard located at the corner of Highland and Baum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Every month, a different individual is invited to take over the billboard to broadcast personalized messages, which are spelt out using wooden letters that are changed by hand. 

you can follow it’s tumblr here. 

Funny, sad, or both?

Funny, sad, or both?

(Source: weedhazekush)

"Arby’s Airs a 13-Hour Commercial of Brisket Cooking"

To promote its Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich, Arby’s filmed a brisket being smoked for 13 hours and aired it as an uncut commercial with no dialogue over the weekend. According to the New York Times, the ad was aired on a single station in Duluth, Minnesota and features a really long shot of seasoned brisket being cooked in a smoker “fitted with a glass window and internal light” at a smokehouse in Texas that actually cooks the chain’s brisket.

"Arby’s Airs a 13-Hour Commercial of Brisket Cooking"

To promote its Smokehouse Brisket SandwichArby’s filmed a brisket being smoked for 13 hours and aired it as an uncut commercial with no dialogue over the weekend. According to the New York Times, the ad was aired on a single station in Duluth, Minnesota and features a really long shot of seasoned brisket being cooked in a smoker “fitted with a glass window and internal light” at a smokehouse in Texas that actually cooks the chain’s brisket.

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