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When you flip the pages of your morning paper and two consecutive ads have the infinity symbol in them, you start suspecting that there’s a trend.
The first ad is for the Jordanian mobile company Xpress, promoting the flat rate billing. The other one is for the Arab German Insurance company promoting ten years of service and the features of their car insurance services.
In a world abundant with consumer choices is infinity the next frontier
Let’s see: there is Infiniti, the luxury car brand from Honda. There is Limitless, the real estate development in Dubai. And there’s all you can eat buffets..
What else is infinity these days?
I hope this post get an infinite number of comments!
May 3rd, 2007
DriveArabia.com, the first automotive website in the Middle East to introduce a professional automotive blog and online car price guide, has another regional first as it officially introduces its first round of video content featuring exciting test drive excerpts.
The video clips available on the DriveArabia.com website utilise Yahooâ€™s JumpCut internet video technology, and require only a Flash plug-in to run.
DriveArabia.com claim unprecedented growth, with visitor numbers tripling since last summer. The growth in traffic is being attributed mostly to word-of-mouth and search engines, with most new visitors coming from the UAE and surrounding countries.
Via [ mediaME ]
February 8th, 2007
He’s an artists whose work is seen everyday by hundreds of millions!
Yet he’s unknown.
Dennis Hwang is the 28-year-old webmaster/artist who has been drawing Google’s logos since 2000.
You’re probably familiar with some of his famous works like this one:
The Anniversary of the Wright Brother’s first flight
And there are countless designs commemorating all sorts of occasions, from all over the world.
Many designers admire Dennis’ work, and some are fans who save his drawings and have built up a collection of them.
Read an interview with him at CNN.com.
July 21st, 2006
Adbuster's logo-spangled American flag has become an icon in its own right for the anti-brand movement. This July Adbuster is reminding Americans again: This July 4th I pledge to do my duty and take my country back. www.unbrandamerica.org.
More on Adbusters on 360east.com, here and here
July 3rd, 2006
The cartoonist of one of Jordan’s daily newspapers, Emad Hajjaj ‘modified’ the World Cup logo just a little bit to express what many feel about the exclusive broadcast rights of Germany 2006.
May 30th, 2006