Ad man. Graphics guru. Iconic logo creator. Title designer. Academy Award-winning filmmaker. Saul Bass was all of these things and more. Yet, although his most memorable movie posters for Vertigo (1958) and Psycho (1960) are instantly recognisable, his name may not be.
Although they probably didn’t think about it in the beginning, London design studio Planning Unit scored big with a little idea. Originally conceived by the company’s co-founder Jeff Knowles.
You’d be hard pressed to name a South African who has had a larger global impact than Nelson Mandela. So, it only makes sense that in order to mark the centenary of his birth that the country he was born in marked it with a celebration in money.
I’m forever paying attention to the visuals that appear in advertising. It gives me inspiration and I often find some that just blow my mind with the amount of creativity they contain. One such example is a campaign that came out of Hong Kong. The…
What would you do if the single product you sell and depend solely on for your revenue stream suddenly runs out? It’s the last thing any entrepreneur ever wants to have to deal with. A loss of inventory in the supply chain can spell disaster….
What was the first thing that came to mind when you read the words ‘Golden Arches?’ If American fast-food giant McDonald’s flashed before your eyes, then you and I are on the same page.