Posted 1 month ago

This Ikea RGB billboard does a perfect job of executing its own headline.

Posted 1 month ago

The Starting Line: Proper Running Form

With daylight saving’s time having passed, this morning’s run took place in the dark. Berkeley is infamous for it’s lack of street lamps, but by running by campus I was able to get some more light. It was while running under these lamposts that I was able to observe my running form. One of the few lessons I remembered from high school track was to not let my arms cross in front of my body. I thought I was doing that, but when I saw my shadow from the lights, I saw they were crossing slightly. By adjusting, I felt myself working less on my upper body and getting more momentum from my lower body. Runners World put together a great video (above) to give you more details about proper running form. Be sure to check it out!

Posted 1 month ago
Posted 6 months ago

Thinking of creating a 30 Before 30 list of goals. Any suggestions?

Posted 6 months ago

Ugh. Products aimed toward female sports fans are so embarrassing. Also, if you’re going to have a bad headline, couldn’t it be “Beli-chic”?

Posted 6 months ago

Amazing headline. This should be everyone’s goal.

Posted 7 months ago

Inspiring commercial from Guinness, do they ever get it wrong?

Posted 7 months ago

Who Doesn't Like To Watch Half-Naked Girls Dancing? These Guys, After They See Why It's Happening.

Great awareness campaign on the sad truth behind the young women in Amsterdam’s Red Light District.

Posted 10 months ago

Nivea print ad in Brazil has a tool that lets your phone charge by solar power. Gimmick, but very cool. 

Posted 10 months ago

thricetoldtales:

designtank:

This manipulated vintage photo vividly portrays the impact of Alzheimer’s on families. It is part of an ad campaign by Domenico Liberti.

Via thedsgnblog

Great ad demonstrating something neurological with visuals. Hard to do well, but they pull it off.

Sad, so well done.

Posted 11 months ago
Posted 11 months ago

http://gizmodo.com/this-ad-has-a-secret-anti-abuse-message-that-only-kids-493108460?utm_campaign=socialflow_gizmodo_facebook&utm_source=gizmodo_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow