More common sense and truth from one of adland’s creative legends, keep it up Trotty.
The creative business of advertising and marketing need more people like Carl Johnson of Anomaly. They speak cold, hard truths instead of all the usual waffle.
A great article from Dare about how smaller is way better. “We pretend our lives are composed of grand, sweeping themes like love and death and sex. They’re not. It’s mostly trips to Pret.”
Another interesting article from one of the smartest communicators in London Dave Trott. This one is about Facebook’s approach to interpreting data.
Sadly Madmen has come to an end. I’ve already had my decade in ‘traditional’ advertising and it was a blast for sure! But there’s never been a more exciting time to be in advertising and digital design today.
You’ve got to laugh or you’ll cry. Adland and the business world can be way too serious so here’s a little light relief.
It’s been great to spend another week freelancing at BBH, I caught up with several old colleagues and love the new look! Nice use of OSB:)
Must have been hard working in a building site for 6 months, I know as I’m still living in a building site!
The best thing you can say about a piece of work you rate is ‘I wish I had done that’.
What a great idea… A California creative agency named thinkParallax recently gave each one of its employees $1,500 and an extra paid day off to travel somewhere they’ve never been and get inspired. The catch? They have to blog about their journey.