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What’s new in 2022?

By Anya Ow | December 6, 2021 | 0 Comments

How is 2022 nearly here? Maybe it’s work from home compressing all our weeks into a singular time loop, but I was surprised to head into the city recently and realise that Myer had put up their Christmas decor. Is it really December already? Time seems to be compressing further and further… it feels like …

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Influencer Marketing

By Anya Ow | May 4, 2021 | 0 Comments

“Do you want to be famous?” was the casting call used by the new HBO documentary, Fake Famous, luring young people into a new reality TV show aimed at creating a new influencer. Fake Famous is directed and narrated by tech journalist and Vanity Fair correspondent Nick Bilton. The title of the documentary clues viewers …

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Brand Names Have Power

By Anya Ow | February 8, 2021 | 0 Comments

Earlier this year, Heinz asked people to ‘draw ketchup’, by giving them pieces of paper and a tin of coloured pencils. Most people, they claim, drew Heinz bottles. I’m surprised that nobody drew bloody red puddles, but to be fair, had I been told to draw ketchup, I’d likely have drawn a Heinz bottle too. …

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Brand Evolution or a Rebrand?

By Anya Ow | January 14, 2021 | 0 Comments

Photo: AFP As I write this article, the Cleveland Indians, an American professional baseball team, has become the second major American team to drop a racist nickname. This follows the Washington Football Team, which was previously known as the Redskins. Cleveland had already phased out logos and imagery of its cartoon mascot, Chief Wahoo, after …

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Holiday Season Retail in 2020

By Anya Ow | December 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

If you’ve been remotely online for the last few months, you’d have likely seen retailers like John Lewis crank out their usual high budget Christmas ads – with a twist. Some of the ads, like Disney’s, don’t acknowledge the 900 pound COVID19 elephant in the room. Others, like John Lewis’, try to encourage people to …

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2021 in 6 minutes

2021 in 6 minutes

2021 in 6 minutes by Vox Explainer – it was a wild year last year wasn’t it? Hoping this year will be a little less crazy. Happy new year!
Nightingale

Nightingale

Nightingale is a debut upcoming shared world survival game by Inflexion, the new studio from ex-BioWare general manager Aaryn Flynn. Looking good!
HP Tree Growing

HP Tree Growing Campaign

HP Tree Growing Campaign is the latest initiative by Hewlett Packard, aimed at counteracting the negative impression of printing.
Fuelled

Fuelled

Fuelled is an animated short student(!) film created at Sheridan College, by Killedthecat Productions about a housewife trying to take revenge.
Tales of Arise

Tales of Arise

Tales of Arise is the latest installment in the acclaimed JRPG series, running the gamut of multiple kingdoms in a fight for freedom. With a refreshed and dynamic gameplay system and a long if at times over-dramatic plot, it’s a great addition to the series.
Rating Archery Scenes

Rating Archery Scenes

Rating Archery Scenes – Archery expert Grizzly Jim looks at 10 bow-and-arrow scenes from popular TV shows and movies.
Witcher - Blood Origin

Witcher – Blood Origin

Witcher – Blood Origin is an upcoming Netflix series, a prequel to the wildly popular Witcher books, games and tv show, set before the Conjunction.
Suicide Squad 2

Suicide Squad 2

Suicide Squad 2 is James Gunn’s take on the DC ensemble franchise, starring Idris Elba, Margot Robbie, John Cena and others. Great action film, a hilarious watch.
The Silent Sea

The Silent Sea

The Silent Sea is a Korean near-future dystopian film about scientists sent to the Moon to try and retrieve a mysterious sample.
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