A search for the daily ad

July 23, 2014 at 10:19pm
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#Beauty comes from inside! Ha! 


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The Idea Catchers by DDB. 

July 22, 2014 at 6:22am
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The idea to display the pets inside the store started in Singapore as a collaboration between Ikea and two animal shelters, according to Business Insider. Together they formed the project Home for Hope.

Watch the full video and also learn which state in the United States will be adopting pet displays in their Ikea stores here. 

this actually broke my heart a little bit and i cried what has the internet done to me wait no i just FUCKING LOVE DOGS SO MUCH

WOW 💖💖💖💖


July 20, 2014 at 10:25pm
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Your best work is your expression of yourself.

— Frank Gehry (via brandmentalist)

July 18, 2014 at 4:07am
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Josh Braithwaite // ‘Don’t Get With the Program’

Yesterday, senior writer Josh Braithwaite strolled into the 72U Room with the accompaniment of some smooth jazz. After paying his respects to Kenny G, Josh taught us how to generate the best ideas with an inspiring presentation he calls, “Don’t Get With the Program”. He explained you have to avoiding social programing. You have to fight the current, go against the grain, and do what everyone else isn’t. 

But he also taught us that the best ideas aren’t just the most creative, they are the smartest ones too. They are the ones that lie where thought and execution overlap. To achieve these killer ideas Josh left us a few tips:

1 - Be A Sponge: Constantly absorb the world around you.

2 - Outwork Everyone: Anyone can come up with good ideas, you have to outwork everyone around you to come up with great ones. 

3 - Question Everything: Literally Everything. Why? Because questioning everything means being awesome and being awesome means creating mind blowing ideas. 

We were excited to host Mr. Braithwaite and his suave words. We look forward to implementing his advice in brainstorming sessions to come. Oh, and if you haven’t heard his 6 minute radio spot, you need to. Hunt him down, it’ll be worth your while. 


July 17, 2014 at 11:18pm
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More tips on writing found here. (By Brand DNA)

More tips on writing found here. (By Brand DNA)

July 16, 2014 at 10:22pm
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#Blackberry x #MiamiAdSchool #USA #ad is…interesting. 


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Clever Fold-out Greeting Cards by Heather Abbot (on etsy)

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July 14, 2014 at 11:17pm
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McDonald’s Manly Man (2012)

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The World Loves Superstars

Brazil had Neymar.

Argentina had Messi.

Germany had a team.

No prizes for guessing who won.

Not now that the world cup is over.

Freeflow productions is made up of many parts. Some are directors, some are producers, some are writers, some are editors and some are designers. Yes, we are made of many parts, each contributing in different ways.

A print advertisement could be the work of a two-man copy/art partnership. A copywriter could write a radio ad on his own and a logo could be designed entirely by a designer. But a video… Well, that requires a team.

Since joining freeflow, one company practice has stood out particularly to me.

Every quarter, we have something called Group Lunch. Everyone is given $15 and assigned 2-3 people from other departments to eat with. I think it is fantastic because our office is located right smack in the middle of a cluster of cafes and restaurants, many of which have lunch specials. We have a bevy of ramen shops to choose from, Korean deliciousness in the form of lettuce-wrapped barbecued meats, cafes that java-loving hipsters would approve of, power-packed burritos and even a raw food deli.

Ah, yes. Our group lunch. Sorry, I had a moment there, salivating just now. Beyond driving excitement and giving employees something to brag about, the group lunch stands for what freeflow is — team.