Shell is rebooting the #makethefuture music video it launched last month that featured musicians Jennifer Hudson, Luan Santana, Pixie Lott, Steve Aoki, Tan Weiwei and Yemi Alade.
When you've been around 126 years or so, it's tough changing people's perceptions of who you are and what you stand for. But the easiest way of hacking into somebody's head is, well, finding the right beat. Shell just released "Best Day of My Life," a catchy, colorful music video featuring Jennifer Hudson, Luan Santana, Pixie Lott, Yemi Alade, #TanWeiWei and Steve Aoki. This is part of its ongoing "#makethefuture" campaign, so seven energy innovations also appear.
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Seeking to raise the profile of Shell's long-running fuel efficiency challenge for students, MediaCom has turned to Jay Leno, Detroit and NBCUniversal's Today.
Turkish artist Mehmet Gozetlik has created a fascinating study in iconography with his latest work, titled "Chinatown," where he deconstructs popular Western-based logos and reinterprets them in Chinese.The resulting work is an interesting study in the effectiveness of a mark, and a true testament to the indelible impression these logos have in our minds. In the video below, Gozetlik shows us a glimpse into his process of creating one of his neon-sign designs into an actual neon sign:"Chinatown is a Chinese translation of the trademarks in a graphical way," says the artist on his website. "It's a carefully arranged series of artworks showcasing 20 well-known Western brand logos with maintained visual and narrative continuity. 'Chinatown' pushes viewers to ask themselves what it means to see, hear, and become fully aware. 'Chinatown' also demonstrates our strangeness to 1.35 billion people in the world, when you can't read Chinese."Instead of simply translating the brand names into Chinese, the logos include a generic description of the product written in Chinese. So, even for those fluent in Chinese, the logos appear somewhat unbranded. Take a look below at some of these interesting studies in branding and see if you can figure them out on first glance: MasterCard
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