• 2008 Epica Award Winners Announced

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    The 2008 winners of the Epica Creative Awards – Europe’s premier show – have been announced. The Epica d’Or Press (Best of Show Print) goes to this fantastic campaign for Marmite Snacks called “Either Way.” Agency: DDB London. Illustrator: Al Murphy.

  • The Stalactite Ceiling

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    Place: Human Rights and Alliance of Civilizations Room, United Nations Offices, Geneva
    Paint: 100 Tons
    Artist: Miquel Barcelo, Spain
    Inspiration: “On a day of immense heat in the middle of the Sahel desert, I recall with vivacity the mirage of an image of the world dripping toward the sky – Trees, dunes, donkeys, multicoloured beings flowing drop by drop.”
    Cost: 18m Euros ($22,878,903.87 Dollars)

    (Via Just Cool Design)

  • Bonafide Noir: Coffee Keeps You Awake

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    Loving this print series. Agency: Craverolanis Euro RSCG, Buenos Aires.

    (Via The Inspiration Room)

  • Mercedes BAS Plus: Reads the Street

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    Fantastically simple idea for the Brake Assist Plus (BAS Plus) system from Mercedes. See two more executions here. Agency: BBDO Düsseldorf.

  • zZz: Running with the Beast

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    The less MTV plays videos, the cooler they get. Time to bring this art form back to the masses. Check out the series of posters created during the video, as well.

  • Sephora Gets You Looking Pretty (Scary) for the Holidays

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    If you’re hoping for a little extra yuletide lovin’ this holiday season, it may be time for a makeover. Of course, there’s a better chance you’ll be scouted for a reprising of The Rocky Horror Picture Show after taking a run through Sephora’s Mistletoe Makeover. Still, we’re having fun with this one.

    (Oh, and bonus points for any readers who share their own makeovers in the comments.)

  • New Editorial: Yes, We Are Thankful >>

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    It is nearly 1:30 PM on the eve of Thanksgiving. We hope you are winding down, preparing for the long holiday weekend and plotting your sneaky escape out the back door of your place of employment. Please enjoy a few words of gratitude while you countdown the minutes.

  • A Quick Bit on Blogs

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    Seth Godin posted his thoughts on the future of blogs and the viability of personal blogs. Something for all of us to think about.

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