Finally had the time to scan in my film photography prints! This is one of my favorite projects I've ever done. Basically, I roamed around the streets of Portland asking strangers that stood out to me if I could take their photo. I introduced my project as revolving around the topic of "beautiful strangers" AKA, "People of Portland." I think the most amazing aspect of this project was the great cooperation I received from each subject, and the experience of meeting someone new and having the opportunity to go through such a variety of "first impressions." Each photo completely reflects upon the impression I got of the person, and I distinctly remember each experience. Thank you so much for each person that was willing to participate and contribute. Although I will likely not have another encounter with each of these people, I have the memories of each of them. Also, thank you to Rachel Gibert for taking the time to walk through a majority of downtown Portland with me. Though our legs were soar and we were out of breath, it was an experience I will remember for a long time.
COMPETITION TIME. Your chance to win the entire collection of Made in Brunel design books spanning the last 11 years! Each year has donned a different mantra. This year we are “Redefining ”! The books here cover ‘06-’16 showing our journey to who we are today. But wait, there’s more! You’ll also win a personalised ‘17 Redefining  book on delivery. To enter, follow us on Instagram and show your design development work using #madeinbrunel - anything from Post-its to prototypes, we want to see it all! The lucky winner will be announced 16th March. Good luck!
I know someone who would always give me this lecture he got from #cocacola Nigeria... 🙄 You must always serve your #coke chilled. Never accept a #bottle of Coke without the Coke #logo or #label on it. Don't ever pour your Coke in a glass! If you do it has lost 90% equity. It's not Coke anymore. It might as well be #Pepsi in there. *sigh* To drink a bottle of Coke you must #kiss the bottle. 😁 Well that was then! Today Coke is much more confident! She can replace her name with yours and still gain over 200% equity! She is BAD!!! The #shareacoke campaign that allowed customers to customize and personalize their coke bottles was first introduced in #Australia in 2011 and went on to become a huge #success globally. Around 2015 when the campaign launched in #Nigeria you needed to see the way #people were scrambling for Coke bottles that had theirs and their loved ones names. The malls were a big mess with Coke bottles scattered everywhere. 😁😁😂 Infact a popular musician @soundsultan actually created space among his national and international #awards for his personalised coke bottle! How did we know? He posted a picture on Instagram! That's how much equity the Coke brand has globally. What other brand can pull off a stunt like that? And that is why today we celebrate Coca-Cola as our very first #brandoftheweek on #livewithlynda 😘 _ 📸 Pinterest #ad#advertising#marketing#creative#creativity#design#brand#branding#graphicdesign#graphicart#photography#amazing#shareacoke#campaign#drinks#soundsultan