“The Enforcer”, “The Goody”, “The Executive”, “The Sportsman” - who knew?
Buy this female friendly barbershop poster here.
Today we are seeing more and more fashion brands looking to make consumers feel warm and fuzzy after having spent their hard earned money. Consumers are clamoring for product that will allow them to tell others they've played their part in making the world a better place. Whether it's TOMS' "one for one" promise that entails giving a pair of shoes to a child in need for every pair purchased, or WeWood's promise to plant a tree for every watch purchased - we're seeing more and more eco-friendly and humanitarian minded brands find their way into the lives of everyday people.
Check out the Veja website to learn more and check out their collections of shoes and bags.
Only yesterday I was acting as a soundboard for a friend who absolutely hates his job. Tedious, discouraging and soulless - he doesn't know how much longer he can take it. A German job search website called jobsintown has launched a genius campaign reminding us that 'life is too short for the wrong job'.
The ad-campaign, designed by scholz & friends berlin, showcases the worst imaginable daily grinds in the most clever of ways.
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