With the US Presidential debates kicking off this week, the race for the White House is getting heated! So Sagmeister & Walsh has launched "Pins Won’t Save the World", a range of pin badges, t-shirts, stickers and patches that protest against Donald Trump and encourage people to vote for Hillary Clinton.
I've never been a huge fan of Snapchat. Sure when it first came out it was quite cool, but the novelty quickly wore off. Since Instagram has built in 'Stories' in their latest update, which essentially is exactly what Snapchat does, I wondered if this would spell the beginning of the end. As it ends up, far from it! Snapchat has instead attempted to reinvent itself by renaming its company Snap Inc. and launching its first product, Spectacles, a pair of sunglasses with a built-in video camera.
It’s a rain drenched Monday morning. I've just got back from holiday and already I'm planning for my next one. Know the feeling? Well, here comes easyJet with a new TV ad to help encourage you. Themed around the notion of ‘Why not?’, their latest brand campaign encourages people to embrace all the possibilities that travel has to offer, because with prices still as low as £29.99, “Why not?”. Dinner in Barcelona? Why not? Trumpet festival in Budapest? Why not? Six hours in Amsterdam? Seriously, Why not?
UEFA has revealed the logo design and branding for the UEFA 2020 Euro Championship, which for the first time will be held in 13 different cities across Europe (with London's Wembley Stadium chosen to hold the semi-finals and final). Young & Rubicam Portugal was selected as the creative agency following an international pitch to develop the brand for Euro 2020.