Tag Archives: London

Percussion Obsessions – The Sound Of Distant Drums

Advertising should be a multi-sensory experience rather than a one dimensional prod.  Those of us who have watched the costume drama based on the life of Harry Selfridge in London will have acknowledged the reality that the greatest advertisers are … Continue reading

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Not Such A Pretty Picture

It may look like a pleasing pattern but each of these red dots represents a bomb that fell on London during the Blitz (derived from the German term ‘Blitzkrieg’) from October 1940 until mid June in 1941. The Bomb Sight project … Continue reading

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Press My Jacket and Ferrari Clicking

Here are a couple of new shopping ‘incentives’, one from the UK and another from Singapore. The first is a sensory sensation from McCain Foods. Creativity Online reports that to promote its new product Ready Baked Jackets, McCain Foods is tempting … Continue reading

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