Emanuele Abrate illustrates the typefaces used in some of the most famous brands.
What if some of the most famous online services were launched in 1959? That’s what Sao Paulo ad agency Moma imagined when the released this 3 part series of fake vintage ads for Facebook, YouTube and Skype. The “Everything Ages Fast” ad campaign is Mad Men era imagery that would look perfect in vintage copies of Esquire.
Telling the story of Google Chrome and how it inspired an operating system. Produced by Epipheo Studios.
BTW, I have Google Wave Preview and about a 1/2 dozen colleagues on it, yet, I still haven’t manage to catch someone online to play around with it. Will you add me so I can test with you?
I found this video as torturous as it was funny, for various reasons, but figure that most of my colleagues would get a good kick out of it. Especially on the heels of the Win Without Pitching manifesto—which friends and [d]online readers replied in unison ‘In a perfect world…”—these two posts have really made me stand back and think about how our industry differs from many others.
That’s all I feel comfortable saying on the subject, in such a public forum, though.