Danny Cash teaches us about modern branding and propaganda. He also compares coke and Pepsi rivalry with the Republican and Democratic parties rivalry.
VIEW SIMILAR PRESENTATIONS
BY BLAIR FRYER
@ VOL 1
ON JAN 24, 2013
Blair Fryer talks about the ways in which various cities around the world, and particularly Canada, have branded themselves. He looks at the more and less successful slogans he has seen, and spends some time talking about the slogan and identity of New Westminster.
BY EMANUEL JOCHUM
@ VOL 4
ON FEB 27, 2014
Graphic designer Emanuel Jochum does researches in flexible design systems for dynamic brand identities. He gives us a lecture where we will get insights into contemporary approaches to branding and find out what »Brand Holism« is all about. (In German)
BY JUHO VIITASALO
@ VOL 120
ON DEC 16, 2014
"There are not so many brands that can actually do this..."
In Branding Christmas from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 120, industrial designer Juho Viitasalo took to the stage for a holiday branding exercise, examining just how far the branding of Christmas and Santa Claus has managed to propel these two things to worldwide popularity.
The Politics of Type
BY CARIMA EL-BEHAIRY
@ VOL 15
ON FEB 04, 2016
"Typography influences every day decisions, perceptions and opinions, so why would it not influence the most important decision a nation makes – electing a leader?"
In The Politics of Type from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 15, partner of Buffalo-based P22 Type Foundry, Inc., Carima El-Bahairy breaks down the relationship between political campaign typography and campaign results. From Abraham Lincoln to Richard Nixon to Barack Obama to the 2016 Presidential Candidates, El-Bahairy presents an analysis of the effectiveness of various graphic identities employed on campaign buttons, bumper stickers and logos. She even predicts some 2016 winners based on their logos...time will tell!
Council mottos: the good, the mad and the utterly meaningless
BY MATT CLACK
@ VOL 21
ON FEB 16, 2018
Matt Clack takes us on a tour of UK local councils and their attempts to sum up their identity in a motto.