Wine label design has been so interesting as wine drinking has become more popular all over the world. There are some labels that want to make you judge the book by the cover, some that staunchly cling to their classic looks, some that try to emulate classic looks, modern and experimental ones, and also plenty of terrible awful stuff.
Tag: brad cohen
Meet My Friend Pucho
My friend Gabe Paez is on an adventure – literally and figuratively – with an iPhone. Actually, with 9 iPhones.
People Are Using QR Codes. I Know, Right?
The conventional wisdom has been for some time that QR codes are a waste of time and money.
#MMChat Discussion: Examining the Power Behind Infographics
I was happy to be the guest on the 89th #MarketerMonday hosted by Jeff Ashcroft.
The Future of Snackable Content
At SXSW this year I was happy to have a panel on the Future of Snackable Content.
Online Identity and the Bear Deluxe
JESS3 illustrates the inside covers of Bear Deluxe’s issue #33.
JESS3 Does CES – AKA How To Win in Vegas
CES is no joke and 2012 is no different.
As UGC Matures, No Content Is Bad Content
It’s true – no UGC is bad UGC. The “Crash the Superbowl” user-generated submissions for Superbowl advertising contest is a testament to that, as even the rejects are getting serious views and doing so in part because they are rejects!
Universal Music Group Shows Exactly Why We Need to Kill SOPA
SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) is a bill up for vote that if passed would be among the most heavy handed and unreasonable anti-piracy laws on the planet – and that from a country that is supposed to be among the most free.
/me Makes Google Chat Fun Again
Brad Cohen lets us in on the discovery of a fun easter egg on Google Talk.