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27Letters – Talking in Pictures

December 3, 2008 | 1 Comments
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We Are Animals

December 2, 2008 | 0 Comments

“In today’s society, our animal instincts are smothered by daily modern life, city-living and constant technological developments. Man is an animal, but he no longer knows it.“ The current European campaign for Wrangler, which launched...

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Styling and Substance

October 27, 2008 | 0 Comments

When do you use models, and when don’t you use models? It’s a difficult question. Authenticity can be tricky to capture when you are staging a scene…especially if the subject matter is trend setting musicians...

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Creative Advertising – I Don’t Get It

August 1, 2008 | 0 Comments

Rainer Elstermann/Getty Images This recent article in the NY Times just confirms how far advertisers and marketers have gone to “break through the clutter.” The proliferation of media and advertising is nothing new. We’re all...

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JAK LAB #3. Get inspired !

July 17, 2008 | 0 Comments

And improve your French ! France, land of better wine in the world, beautiful women, Tour de France, bling-bling president, Art of living. France which as a country can give birth to the better or...

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Andersen Ross /Getty Images Do you find that images used by creative, marketing or sales teams don’t always support your brand? Do you have efficient systems in place to store and share your imagery and...

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Color by numbers

July 3, 2007 | 0 Comments

Philip J Brittan Interesting entry in jet-setting troubadour/intellectual Nick Currie’s (aka Momus) blog about the opening last year of a Japanese division of Pantone, New Jersey-based color coders who’ve become the ubiquitous industry standard in...

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Let’s Hear it for the Boys

January 16, 2007 | 1 Comments

Nice article on the Pet Shop Boys, currently the subject of an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in London, accompanied by a catalogue called, appropriately, the Pet Shop Boys Catalogue. Wish I could see...

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