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A designer combined luxury brands with everyday grocery products.

What yogurt, salami, eggs, fruit, milk, and more would look like under the brand identities of Versace, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Nike, Apple, and more.

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Smartcar makes the smartest media buys. (via Adweek)

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Purell - Kills 99% of Germs.

Art Director / Illustrator: Eric Lee Via

Poor lonely germ.

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"When you go off into the real world, you need to find a way to stay a student. Continue to learn and surround yourself with those who want to learn."

- Allan Comport, quoted by Jen Mussari. (via creativemornings)
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jaymug:

Writing Advice - Ajay Ohri

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"You have to learn to be unafraid when you’re a nobody, because you’re going to be really fucking afraid when you’re a somebody and all the lights are on you."

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"Whatever tone you choose, the more you can make your copy sound like one person talking to another, the better.

This helps to disarm and engage the reader. Perhaps pick a friend, neighbor, or relative who might be a typical consumer.

This will help you to get under their skin and talk their language."

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"Being creative makes you a weird little beast because everything seems so bloody interesting for some strange reason"

- Unknown (via karenhurley)
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Grit is the disposition to pursue very long-term goals with passion and perseverance. And I want to emphasize the stamina quality of grit. Grit is sticking with things over the long term and then working very hard at it.

Grit is living life like it’s a marathon, not a sprint.

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- Grit and the Secret of Success – fascinating look at the work of pioneering psychologist Angela Duckworth, who studies the one personality trait more predictive of success than any other. (via explore-blog)
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"Reductionism (fat-free advertising) is the practice of reducing the elements of an ad as far as possible, but to the point where the communication still works.

The conflict lies in your desire to tell consumer as much as possible about your product, without realizing that superfluous elements only serve to overwhelm the consumer and cloud the communication."

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jaymug:

Volkswagen Vw Beetle: Stops Traffic

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