Low-tech meets hi-tech in the recent trends among street artists to re-introduce their work via new media formats.
Street Art Meets Binary Code Technology: Legendary European Artist Space Invader Crafts New Messaging via Tiles in Binary Code Seen Only with iPhones Images
Trade Show Season Prep Part 2: Making the Most of Your Booth Space to Attract Buyers, Media, Fashion Business Leaders
It’s amazing what you can achieve within an 8′ by 10′ space which is often the minimum size of a trade show booth. Make the most it of it with proper signage of your brand’s logo, a carefully displayed rack of your collection -often on at least two sides of the booth area, a portfolio with any media you’ve been in from magazines or online magazines, and leave-behind material for either buyers glancing in your direction or media that may pass by.
Maverick’s Big-Wave Surf Championship Goes Off in Half Moon Bay with Pummeling 30-Foot Swell; What This Means for Sports TV Viewership Among Youth Culture Surfing
On Saturday, January 12th after months of tracking the patterns of Mother Nature and officially receiving a greenlight less than 48 hours from Contest Director Jeff Clark, the 2007/2008 Mavericks Surf Contest
Brand Messaging for Non-Profits: Label Networks Asks Youth Culture Markets”What’s the Best Way for Non-Profits to Get Their Message Across to You?”
Fresh results from Label Networks’ new set of consumer research questions from a representative sampling of 13-25-year-olds across North America indicate major new trends when it comes to youth perceptions and influences about topics such as non-profits, green marketing, the environment, gun control laws, and humanitarian concerns. In this week’s story, we concentrate on the findings to the question, when it comes to non-profit organizations, “What do you think are the best ways for these non-profits to get their message across?”