Good play on branding!
What will they think of next…
Introducing Facedrink, the social energy drink. And it’s real. Actually.
To quote the site:
I want facedrink™ to be a sophisticated beverage which provides the social energy that people need to get things done on a daily basis.
Facedrink™ achieves the goal that I set out for by providing you with the extra energy needed to be social or to deal with your boss.
Facedrink™ has the right combination of taste and energy effectiveness so you know that you are drinking something better.
You can buy it on Amazon. Let us know if you get really popular.
We so love the classic brands.
The first Coca-Cola bottle - A prototype developed by Root Glass Company in 1915.
some more really nice advertising work
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Fantastic guerilla-style marketing
iPhone Cover for Havaianas
Interesting use of an app
Speaking to Jim Kent, one of the Luxembourg-based programmers behind the app, he told The Next Web about the inspiration behind creating the app: We created this free app because we love to communicate and we believe in freedom of expression. We had already been working on an app, called Zapon, that is able to identify interests that were trending in the mobile environment but after tracking social media usage by protesters in the Arab Spring and more recently with #OWS, we realised the functionality was perfect for protests and dedicated the app for the mobilisation of protesters around the world. Within 1 day of launching, the app gained over 2,000 registered users from around the world. Protests were created in Greece and the US, and a campaign was launching calling for the release of Egyptian blogger Alaa Abdel Fattah, who was sentenced to 15 days in military prison, pending investigation. (via Protest4: A mobile app for connecting activists - The Next Web)
Talk about personalizing your coffee.
Create-Your-Own Mug by Starbucks. A customizable ceramic mug with glazing pen that lets you express your creativity
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