Please fill in the form below if you think a comment is unsuitable. Your comments will be sent to our moderator for review.
All fields must be completed.
Alternative Olympic posters
What miserable comments. I think we need to know in what sense "alternative" is meant here. If the show is "not making a complaint about these various issues", then does that mean the posters are just those that could have been the ones chosen to promote the Games, or do they an alternative rhetoric on the Games? If so, then thats the criteria to judge them, but the brief is not clear in this piecel
Tue, 26 Jun 2012
Marketing Week's stable of bloggers offers comment, insight and observations on a variety of topics from the fast-moving world of marketing. But we also want your opinion so please join in.
Marketing Academy official blog
Many consider pylons to be eyesores, but they are set for a makeover via a competition to rethink their design. However, Hugh Pearman says bettering their form will be an uphill task
Click here to subscribe to Design Week
Site powered by Webvision