New Brands Are Giving Cannabis Culture a Makeover

The weed industry is having an identity crisis. And it’s great. Cartoon pot leafs, Tommy Chong puns, and Rastafarian flags have finally given way to minimalistic graphics, subtle palettes, and sans serif typefaces. With medical marijuana legal in 29 states now, the game is changing faster than some businesses can keep up with. For most…

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Postmates: “We Get It”

Earlier this year delivery app, Postmates, launched it’s 360 brand campaign titled “We Get It”, you may have seen the bus shelter posters and billboards around the Los Angeles area.  Postmates’ Agency-of-Record 180LA worked closely with media agency MBMG to come up with the headlines for “We Get It”. The campaign is quite hilarious, actor Sarah…

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Kuti Kuti, the comic association looking to educate

Kuti Kuti is a Finnish contemporary comics association, sourcing and producing fascinating illustration. Helping them grow into “one of the most recognised Finnish comic phenomenons besides. Most times, ideacide happens without us even realizing it. A possible off-the-wall idea or solution appears like a blip and disappears without us even realizing. As a result, some…

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Twelve studio’s rippling identity for Beijing new media studio

Graphic design studio Twelve was commissioned by Beijing studio and exhibition space Mirror Lake to design its identity. The studio is focussed on VR and augmented reality in entertainment, and Twelve describes. Most times, ideacide happens without us even realizing it. A possible off-the-wall idea or solution appears like a blip and disappears without us…

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Meet the prop-maker building imaginary boyfriends

“Perfect?” is a magazine about the Barbie doll. The topic deals with the conflicting views of the popular doll as a toy. By taking pictures we visualize the surrounding where the Barbie appears and who plays with it. Most times, ideacide happens without us even realizing it. A possible off-the-wall idea or solution appears like…

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