Open happiness. Kind of wish that could be the tagline of a yearbook… But this time Coca-Cola takes that line and transforms it into something great. About one week ago, the brand launched the latest video in its “Open happiness” campaign. The spot features two vending machines, one in India and one in Pakistan. Each machine featured a webcam and giant touchscreen monitor. Free sodas were earned when two people on opposite sides of the digital window participated in a series of simple joint activities. You guys, this is creative genius. Connecting fighting countries with a simple gesture and some fun. It’s good.
Coke does kind of run into the issue of incorporating politics and over-simplifying a very complex issue riddled with years and years of complicated political strife. But nonetheless this is a very good ad in my opinion.
But actually… maybe, if everyone just drank a coke, people would all get along…
This is truly inspiring. 💕😊
Watch it. Learn it. Live it.
Seriously right now. For all you #noobs out there. 😂😜💕👎
Artist Erik Johansson and Adobe pranked unsuspecting people waiting for busses, by photographing them from afar and Photoshopping them into ads at the very same bus stop they were waiting at!
Watch how surprised they are when they see themselves pop up on the screen!
This is seriously amazing!
Remember yesterday when we were all talking and thinking about what to do with our lives? Check out this video for a quick bit of inspiration and while you’re at it, soak up the beautiful typography.
I seriously love this so much. 💕
How cool are these? I think my staff needs these little note pads some days… Especially because we have so many pages to send this deadline!
I know it’s not exactly yearbook related, but I thought this was unbelievably cool.
aka how to be a successful yearbooker
Yes, I did squeal when my area’s Facebook page posted this. And yes, I did make this photo my computer background.
If you have a smart phone, look up whatthefont in your app store. It’s my new favorite app- you take a photo of a word and then the app tells you what the font is. Pure genius!
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