closed blog. 07.05.12

How to penetrate the awkward-teen-girls market.
1. Make a facebook fan page about a common shared action to do with your product. And that when people see your fanpage, they will laugh for the first time.
2. Above all, include a fucking irrelevant gnome.

How to penetrate the awkward-teen-girls market.

1. Make a facebook fan page about a common shared action to do with your product. And that when people see your fanpage, they will laugh for the first time.

2. Above all, include a fucking irrelevant gnome.

Either the photo matches the title, and shows a man who’s fighting hard, or it matches the caption. 
Nice manipulation Guardian. No wonder #EdMillibandGameShows is trending.

Either the photo matches the title, and shows a man who’s fighting hard, or it matches the caption. 

Nice manipulation Guardian. No wonder #EdMillibandGameShows is trending.

This looks like a really nice project but then you look at the ‘swarms’ By Thomas Jackson and you can see the shadows underneath are really off. 

Why would you go and do that? It really throws the effect off.

This looks like a really nice project but then you look at the ‘swarms’ By Thomas Jackson and you can see the shadows underneath are really off. 

Why would you go and do that? It really throws the effect off.

I’m not gonna lie, I think she’s beautiful. The tattoos look just right on her and it just reminds me of how some people prefer to think of tattoos and piercings as “just more art on a bigger canvas”

I’m not gonna lie, I think she’s beautiful. The tattoos look just right on her and it just reminds me of how some people prefer to think of tattoos and piercings as “just more art on a bigger canvas”

Having a model looking a bit awry and slightly off camera? 

About as original as original can be.

Nice fairytale like feel about this set though.

Having a model looking a bit awry and slightly off camera? 

About as original as original can be.

Nice fairytale like feel about this set though.

These prints highlight a quite nice style, but for me it really brings up a question about Emma Watson:

Post or pre haircut?

These prints highlight a quite nice style, but for me it really brings up a question about Emma Watson:

Post or pre haircut?

This chain of hotels have placed a banksy in someone’s room. It’s worth $15000 and if you are lucky enough to have it in your room, and can successfully steal it.. it’s yours. 

Creative marketing at it’s best. Well.. did you think you were really going to get something for nothing?

(Source: artserieshotels.com.au)

Oh if you’re wondering what to get me for christmas cause i’m such a nice blogger, this “Goro sake cup No. 2 bear (polar bear)” would be perfect. Shame it’s sold out.

So cute!

Oh if you’re wondering what to get me for christmas cause i’m such a nice blogger, this “Goro sake cup No. 2 bear (polar bear)” would be perfect. Shame it’s sold out.

So cute!

If you wear this watch, you’re wearing a normal watch with a mini cassette case between your eyes and the dial. In the past, this has looked stupid but the simple shades on this design make it look classy. 

From the looks of the website though, the “New York" name on the product means you’re paying more. Now that’s a very clever marketing ploy.

If you wear this watch, you’re wearing a normal watch with a mini cassette case between your eyes and the dial. In the past, this has looked stupid but the simple shades on this design make it look classy. 

From the looks of the website though, the “New York" name on the product means you’re paying more. Now that’s a very clever marketing ploy.

To tell the time, you have to read a sideways line graph. The main selling point of this is the way the glass refracts the light. As far as looking good, it does the job.
Though at over $350, why would you buy this instead of another popular brand? Unless you live next to some really sweet lights.

To tell the time, you have to read a sideways line graph. The main selling point of this is the way the glass refracts the light. As far as looking good, it does the job.

Though at over $350, why would you buy this instead of another popular brand? Unless you live next to some really sweet lights.

A simple watch, bit difficult to read at first but c’mon, who wouldn’t want to have this on their wrist? No other functions; and okay strap and I still want it.
Mainly because it looks really, really good.
Only £149.

A simple watch, bit difficult to read at first but c’mon, who wouldn’t want to have this on their wrist? No other functions; and okay strap and I still want it.

Mainly because it looks really, really good.

Only £149.

This watch is weird:
It’s big; it’s clunky; it’s not that fashionable; to read the time you have to press a button and stare at it for a bit. It does come in different colours though.
Spend money on those attributes if you want.

This watch is weird:

It’s big; it’s clunky; it’s not that fashionable; to read the time you have to press a button and stare at it for a bit. It does come in different colours though.

Spend money on those attributes if you want.

From the people that brought us the LCD keyboard, a new watch!

Apart from the clasp system, is anything really different? If the point of it is to show off to people.. how many times can you show off you putting a watch on and off? Unless there’s something else to show off about this watch.

From the people that brought us the LCD keyboard, a new watch!

Apart from the clasp system, is anything really different? If the point of it is to show off to people.. how many times can you show off you putting a watch on and off? Unless there’s something else to show off about this watch.

This watch is minimalistic. That’s the obvious bit. Has an alarm, a date function and the digits of the minutes is what moves around.
It probably cause your untrained natural response, which is to tilt your forearm/head to read the time. Oh and unless it’s backlit with powerful LEDs, you’ll just be wearing a big dull jewel on the face of your wrist. Wonder what other people will think of that.

This watch is minimalistic. That’s the obvious bit. Has an alarm, a date function and the digits of the minutes is what moves around.

It probably cause your untrained natural response, which is to tilt your forearm/head to read the time. Oh and unless it’s backlit with powerful LEDs, you’ll just be wearing a big dull jewel on the face of your wrist. Wonder what other people will think of that.

Liking design has its side effects: you start noticing products and styles like when you’re watching a film like (witty film) Annie Hall. Or simply start imagining things.
I could swear I saw a pocketwatch being used by (witty man) Alvy Singer somewhere.. but that might just be my imagination. I quite like watches that have that classic look of a Breitling, Omega or Rolex.
At the same time though, a few new zany watches have been posted on the internet so, that should explain the next few posts.

Liking design has its side effects: you start noticing products and styles like when you’re watching a film like (witty film) Annie Hall. Or simply start imagining things.

I could swear I saw a pocketwatch being used by (witty man) Alvy Singer somewhere.. but that might just be my imagination. I quite like watches that have that classic look of a Breitling, Omega or Rolex.

At the same time though, a few new zany watches have been posted on the internet so, that should explain the next few posts.