I like to change things from time to time around here, and it’s that time again.
I know i’ve been absent for a while because i have been quite busy with work, but not also work, i’ve been also creating a new blog!
Over the past year i have been wanting to write about different things other than graphic design and advertising.
But i would not do that because some of those things had no place to be in this blog.
So, it’s a great pleasure to me to introduce you to my new blog Urbanita.fr a blog about the urban culture, shopping, lifestyles and cinema.
This blog will not be in english, only french. Why? because i live in France, i also speak french and i have many visitors from french speaking countries and a lot of people ask me to write in french.
So as for this blog what will happen to it from now on? Well it will keep focused in advertising, graphic design, animation and anything visual like before but the main thing that will be leaving this blog are movie reviews, they will be from now on on my other blog.
I hope you all enjoy Urbanita.fr as much as you enjoy Kiedis.fr :)
There’s a new theme on the website, i’m still tweaking things so if anything look weird it’s normal.
I hope you all like it, i try to keep it simple and readable. I know everything is not perfect but i try to do what i can.
If you see any bugs leave me a comment! thanks!
PS: i created new categories, this means i’ll have to tweak most old posts to sort them in these new categories, and there are nearly 477 posts in this moment on the blog so i’ll have to be very patient -_-‘
Maybe some of you happen to love packaging like me and probably know the blog named Thedieline.com, wich is one of the most complete packaging blogs in the web.
I am pretty happy to know that they just released a book with the best packaging examples they could find, actually the book is comming out today. I will probably buy myself a copy any time soon. You can grab a copy here at amazon if you want.
Other blogs also released good books lately, for example Smashing magazine released the Smashing book and David Airey with Logo Design Love (i have them both!)
All of this to say, times have changed, quality content is not only found in the regular press but in blogs also.
Tostitos just released their new ad for their Restaurant Style Salsa on vimeo.
It’s been buzzing quite a lot around here for the last few hours. Its a great example of flash/video integration on a website. I know the embed video is colorful and cute sure but this is one of those ads you have to go to their website to see it.
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