New Stuff and Inspiration
Hey, we’ve all needed a little placeholder copy before when working on a layout, and now we can have that sorta thing made entirely of meat product! And you know how we feel about bacon products here at Sukle. Yay for Bacon Ipsum.
Here’s a sample of some of the meat lingo: T-bone shankle rump strip steak short ribs. Sirloin jerky bacon, biltong ball tip sausage chuck. Corned beef pig ground round chuck, pastrami rump chicken jerky cow meatball meatloaf. Pig venison corned beef shankle, tongue ham hock sausage swine chuck jerky beef ribs. Short loin bresaola turkey, drumstick tail pork chicken. Pork chop pastrami salami bresaola shankle. Pastrami venison short loin, tenderloin pancetta bacon beef ribs ham hock.
Here’s some cool experimental animation in a short film inspired by Chinese Peking Opera and Spanish Surrealism. The end result is bueno.
Sukle Advertising Grows By One
More sports = more testosterone
Some funny spots for SportsNet New York (SNY). Based on the notion that watching more sports means you’ll have more testosterone is humorous, and the irreverent tone is something we love here at Sukle. The Testosterone campaign was developed at Ogilvy & Mather New York.
Tom Hanks has a funny head.
Yes, Tom Hanks was funny in some movies. He’s even funnier in animated .gifs as animal heads. Check out Tom Hanksimals.
Typography follows the music industry
I’m sure the title of this post makes you go “huh?” But if you have noticed some bands these days giving away their albums for whatever the consumer wants to pay to download them, it’s sort of the model that is used here. The Lost Type Co-Op is a Pay-What-You-Want Type foundry, founded by Riley Cran and Tyler Galpin. It’s pretty cool, really. You can even put in $0 for what you want to pay (but at least toss them something, folks) and get a free download.
ps- the site looks cool, too.
Slow motion paint balls
This campaign is actually for an energy drink in New Zealand (I believe it’s called “V”). The Starts with V campaign is comprised of some street artists and 840 paintball guns. It just sounds cool saying 840 paintball guns. Anyway, seeing the end product of said guns is pretty neat, and it’s something we’ve not seen yet in the world of street art. Neat0.
Clothing bag ambient
Some pretty neat ambient ads done for LG in Dubai, by Y&R Dubai. The bags over the recently ironed/pressed clothes were done for LG’s Steam Direct Drive Washers which have a wrinkle-free promise. So, these bags functioned nicely in that they were mobile ads living everywhere that clothes were delivered, and conveyed the message cleverly.