thedailywhat:

Guerrilla Gardening Tool of the Day: Greenaid’s Seedbomb Vending Machines.
Clay, compost, and seeds combine to form a quick + dirty solution to the blight of urban decay. Greenaid’s dispensaries are slowly but surely making their way across the country, leaving in their wake a healthier, more aesthetic America.
Want to help? Sponsor a machine.
[notcot.]

thedailywhat:

Guerrilla Gardening Tool of the Day: Greenaid’s Seedbomb Vending Machines.

Clay, compost, and seeds combine to form a quick + dirty solution to the blight of urban decay. Greenaid’s dispensaries are slowly but surely making their way across the country, leaving in their wake a healthier, more aesthetic America.

Want to help? Sponsor a machine.

[notcot.]

fuckyeahads:
love it :)

fuckyeahads:

love it :)

karenh:

redesignrelated:

Häagen-Dazs unveils their packaging redesign and new labeling conventions, designed by Sterling Brands.“Introducing the new look of Häagen-Dazs, inspired by you. A modern take on our classic look, our new design is fresh, yet familiar. With easier-to-find flavors, vibrant colors, and vivid imagery, our new look gives you everything you want, inside and out.” —Häagen-Dazs

karenh:

redesignrelated:

Häagen-Dazs unveils their packaging redesign and new labeling conventions, designed by Sterling Brands.

“Introducing the new look of Häagen-Dazs, inspired by you. A modern take on our classic look, our new design is fresh, yet familiar. With easier-to-find flavors, vibrant colors, and vivid imagery, our new look gives you everything you want, inside and out.” —Häagen-Dazs

fuckyeahads:

Stadt Apotheke, Kreuzlingen: Skin Cancer Guerilla | Ads of the World
Guerrilla marketing - putting “sun kills” tags on sunbathing people to raise awareness of the potential for getting skin cancer.
- cthrin

fuckyeahads:

Stadt Apotheke, Kreuzlingen: Skin Cancer Guerilla | Ads of the World

Guerrilla marketing - putting “sun kills” tags on sunbathing people to raise awareness of the potential for getting skin cancer.

- cthrin

Finalllyyyy, a new ketchup package redesign! It holds a lot more sauce and allows you to dip or squeeze! I think they could of made the outside a little more modern. What do you think?

Finalllyyyy, a new ketchup package redesign! It holds a lot more sauce and allows you to dip or squeeze! I think they could of made the outside a little more modern. What do you think?

jasonpermenter
Diesel’s recently has been running a “Be Stupid” Campaign. Do you think this guerrilla marketing tactic is effective enough?
You can see some of their print ads by visiting their website.

jasonpermenter

Diesel’s recently has been running a “Be Stupid” Campaign. Do you think this guerrilla marketing tactic is effective enough?

You can see some of their print ads by visiting their website.

Here’s the first two steps of the “Hydration Station” sign. I first sketched out some ideas and then went over the final idea in pen so it photographed better. The next step was to draw the images onto the two linoleum blocks. I plan on combining the two blocks in the end to create one bigger piece. The hardest part about linoleum is cutting it. I find it easier to heat the blade to make a much smoother cut.
I tried to keep up with a simple idea that conveys the message without using any words. A water drop + water bottle. Many other people in my class seem to have a similar idea.  On Thursday we will be printing the signs and I can’t wait to see how they turn out! It will be interesting to see how tiny adjustments will make each sign different, and to compare which one works over a similar option. I’ll hopefully post the results that night or sometime Friday.

Here’s the first two steps of the “Hydration Station” sign. I first sketched out some ideas and then went over the final idea in pen so it photographed better. The next step was to draw the images onto the two linoleum blocks. I plan on combining the two blocks in the end to create one bigger piece. The hardest part about linoleum is cutting it. I find it easier to heat the blade to make a much smoother cut.

I tried to keep up with a simple idea that conveys the message without using any words. A water drop + water bottle. Many other people in my class seem to have a similar idea.  On Thursday we will be printing the signs and I can’t wait to see how they turn out! It will be interesting to see how tiny adjustments will make each sign different, and to compare which one works over a similar option. I’ll hopefully post the results that night or sometime Friday.