Archive for the ‘Luxury’ Category
Zim and Zou’s leather animals for Hermès, beautiful Objects of Use, ghostly installations made of thread and the History of Type, all on Friday Favourites.
In: Advertising, Art, Asia, Brand communications, Film & Animation, Graphic design, Luxury, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Retail · Tags: Colour, Friday Favourites, Hermes, Hong Kong International airport, Installation, Logo, Sculpture, Tumblr, Typography
At a time where consumer concerns are growing around authenticity of meat products in the UK, independent butcher’s The Ginger Pig is striving to create an entirely different brand experience. Strategist Chris Allan went along to a butchery evening class to be fully immersed into the brand.
In: Brand Experience, Events, Food and Drink, Luxury, Ooh that's nice, Viewpoints · Tags: Horse meat scandal, Meat, Premium, The Ginger Pig
LN-CC’s amazing new retail interior, the Firewall installation project, results of the DWR Champagne Chair competition and floating cars, all on Friday Favourites.
In: Art, Brand Experience, Fashion, Graphic design, Innovation, Luxury, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Retail, Structural design · Tags: Arduino, Branded environments, Business cards, Cars, Chairs, Champagne, DWR, Friday Favourites, Heat resistant ink, Installation, Kinect, Photography, Projection mapping, Sculpture
Final year university student? The Dog’s Bollocks Student competition is now open for 2013 entries. This is your chance to win a paid work placement in our London studio, potentially for a full time position.
In: Awards, Brand communications, Brand Strategy, Careers, Corporate Identity, DB Student Awards, Food and Drink, Graphic design, Luxury, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Structural design, What are we up to? · Tags: Careers, Dogs Bollocks Awards, Students
We’re very excited and proud to win 6 Pentawards: a gold for Love 2 Bake, silver for San Miguel 1516, Heinz First Harvest and Lyle’s Happy and Glorious, and bronze for Onken and Banks limited edition rum, The Endeavour.
In: Awards, Food and Drink, Graphic design, Luxury, News, Ooh that's nice · Tags: awards ceremony, Packaging design, Pentawards
Alexis Caught, Insight Manager at our office in Amsterdam, explains how never ending sales in fashion are damaging the value perception of brands. Successful fashion brands put fashion first, have vision and above all, believe in their brand!
In: Advertising, Brand communications, Brand Experience, Brand Strategy, Fashion, Luxury, News, Ooh that's nice, Retail · Tags: Branding, Fashion, H&M, Primark, Topshop
An environmentally-friendly shooting range, crayon sculpture portraits of the Great Depression, the Yayoi Kusama Louis Vuitton pop-up store in Singapore and the artisanal craft of salmon smoking. Check them out on this week’s Friday Favourites.
In: Architecture, Art, Asia, Brand Experience, Fashion, Luxury, Ooh that's nice, Structural design, Sustainability · Tags: Art, Artisan, Collaborations, Cuisine, Environment, Food, Friday Favourites, Japanese, Pop Up store, Portraits, Sculpture, sports
Nike’s clever new ad, David Lynch’s Dom Perignon film, stop-motion sushi and Bartek Elsner’s cardboard sculptures, all on Friday Favourites.
In: Advertising, Art, Asia, Brand communications, Film & Animation, Food and Drink, Luxury, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Structural design · Tags: Champagne, Cuisine, Dom Perignon, Economics, Friday Favourites, Japanese, Nike, Photography, Poverty, Scanography, Sculpture, sports, Stop motion
Makoto Azuma’s floral inspiration for Perrier-Jouët, skin tone in Pantone, Singapore’s bronze rain droplets, and yarn-bombed playgrounds, all on Friday Favourites.
In: Advertising, Art, Asia, Brand communications, Brand Experience, Digital, Food and Drink, Graphic design, Innovation, Luxury, Ooh that's nice, Product design, Structural design · Tags: 3D, Colour, Craft, Crochet, Friday Favourites, Installation, Pantone, Perrier-Jouet, Sculpture, Singapore, Yarn bombing
China’s high net worth individuals are deeply influenced by cultural roots and local sensibilities. Understanding the mindset of these consumers is crucial in building the foundation of brand communication. We dug deeper to uncover six key insights for marketing to HNWI in China.