by Herman Manson. Thanks to SA startup Delvv.io, advertising and branding have an effective new way of crowdsourcing research feedback.
by MarkLives. Find out which were the 10 most-read stories talking about creative work on MarkLives in 2015!
Enjin magazine ISSUE 49. Check it out.
Why thinking ‘none of my business’ may mean you should get out of the Business. By Mike Abel, CEO Australia, M&C Saatchi
Over the next couple of days MarkLives will be featuring the work of Alistair Palmer. His work revolves around design and art. He loves to work with his hands and enjoys playing with colour and texture. He finished school in 2000, started a business based around contemporary culture, went to an art school and then moved around a bit doing various creative things [and a few not so creative things…insert advertising].
Withtank.com is a very cool South African start-up with a remarkable sitebuilding tool offering entrepreneurs and creatively inclined web users a way to get a website without much of the costs usually associated with doing so. Alan Alston, one of the founders, chatted with Mark about his dream to keep the Web simple and easy, how it’s maxing out his credit card and what cool features and partners he plans adding in the near future.
Joh Del (Johan de Lange) is one of South Africa’s most sought after illustrators and designers. His work has been described as whimsical and uniquely individual while his clients range from small indy outfits to giants like Nike seeking to regain street cred and cool. Here is his portfolio.
Part seasons’ greetings, part introduction to their new website, this creative message from Off The Shelf Marketing caught Marks’ attention with if foamed up map of Africa and wishes for a clean start in 2009.
Jordan Shoes – with a little help from ZOOM Advertising – has launched a new ad campaign entitled ‘where will they take you?’
Amid the deluge of bad financial news and unstable world markets a large ‘To let’ banner now hangs outside the home of the SA stock exchange. But fear not – the banner is in fact an advert for Sanlam Investment Management.