How clever is this ad by creative strategist Sam Hennig. Hennig designed this ad on spec for One Minute Briefs, a U.K. creative project.
It’s a clever play on Kit Kat’s famous slogan—”Have a break. Have a Kit Kat”—which at least in the U.K. is so renowned, the ad didn’t need to mention it. The ad has gone viral and Kit Kat even spotted the work and sought permission from Hennig to share the ad across its social channels.
My Instagram feed these past days and weeks has once again seen a creativity explosion concerning the US election. From the very start, my favourite illustrators, letterers and designers, have been super supportive of the Biden campaign, creating posters for awareness and encouraging people to vote.
I have gathered here a small selection of work from all stages of the election: voting awareness and early voting, election day, anticipation for the results and finally, enormous joy and relief for the final verdict! A new era begins for America. Enjoy!
Illustrated by Mary Kate McDevittIllustrated by Mary Kate McDevittBy the New Yorker Magazine
I love this hilarious ads for Setapp, by London agency Droga5. Setapp is an application tool that helps to focus on your current task and work flow, without distractions. I can relate, we’ve all been there!
In Tatsuya Tanaka’s ongoing Miniature Calendar, objects take a new meaning. Since I discovered him in 2015, he continues to create his amazing miniature scenes of everyday life combining his collection of diorama items with familiar objects. His consistency is impressive: he creates a new scene every day.
I love both the product and the packaging for these fun puzzles.
“Created and designed by Brooklyn design duo Charles&Thorn, each Four-Letter Puzzle features one word, broken into four individual gold-foiled stamped letter puzzles. Once complete, you’ll spell out a favorite four-letter word — YEAH, CRAP, LOVE, and FUCK are all up for grabs.”
Vienna-based designer Klemens Schillinger has created a set of “substitute phones” for smartphone-addicts. Instead of a touchscreen, there is only a series of stone beads to use for swiping and scrolling.
The School of Life created Phone Detox, a palm-sized book filled with insights, ideas and meditations about the complex relationship we have with our phones.