September 26, 2012

New York City cab encounter

It is so easy for us to focus on our negative encounters, but it can be very refreshing to see the opposite side of that coin.  Casey Neistat recently left his luggage in a yellow cab, and the content of that bag was quite valuable - actually $13,238.86 to be precise.   But in the end it all worked out well and one could say that it coul be a nice marketing piece for NYC and the NYC yellow cabs.

September 24, 2012

Guerrilla Marketing or Art

This is a pretty nice installation in Breslau, Poland but it is not clear if it is art or guerrilla marketing, or a bit of both. At the very least it is a nice marketing effort for the artist who created this project.

Via: Rudi Schmidt

September 17, 2012

RESECOND Copenhagen

The second hand store RESECOND in Copenhagen is playing with some clever little stickers to promote their store. With the dress being the cutout, the color of the background gives it a nice pop. These dresses actually look very good and we're hoping that RESECOND won't get swarmed by customers demanding exactly those dresses.


September 12, 2012

Bike like a New Yorker

A new campaign has been launched in NYC to stay ahead of the likely upcoming bike share program debate. BikeNYC together with Transportation Alternatives is asking cyclists in the city to stand up for what they believe in. Good one.

September 07, 2012

Always First

The very nifty idea might from the Miami Ad School in Hamburg, Germany might not be a real guerrilla marketing stunt yet, but it certainly should be. But that truck sadly trying to catch up ought to be brown.

Via: AdsOfTheWorld