Instead––do what Pandora did; say Thank You! When Miami Ad School students, Frank Garcia, Giulia Magaldi and German S Rivera won a gold Clio a One Show Award and an Applied Arts Award for their class project, “Underground Stations” inspired by Pandora, the music streaming and automatic recommendation service, congratulated the creative team, by publicizing the students’ innovative work on LinkedIn.
If you had access to the best people, platforms, agencies and brands doing real and effective Social Media marketing; what would you ask them? We asked, and what they have to say, besides being enlightening, might even surprise you.
Sheryo & The Yok have been travelling and exhibiting together around the world since 2011. Since moving to New York, the duo have been painting their way up the burgeoning street art scene - Complex magazine’s “Top 10 street artists to watch in 2013 and 2014”, CBS NY’s “6 women street artists you should know”, Huffington Post’s “25 Street artists from around the world who are shaking up public art” & Deitch’s “Women on the walls” exhibition at Art Basel Miami.
When his typography teacher, Monika Pobog, saw Aravindan Thirunavukarasu's Pee Font she said, "I love it when students take a different approach - when they do something unexpected. I would have given him an A!"
The Spartan's first Taste of Miami Ad School was a selection from the course, Voice of Type, presented by Polish designer and Miami Ad School instructor, Monika Pobog-Malinowska. The course is part of the art direction, copywriting and Masters programs at MAS. Monika said, "My session with the students was early in the morning but I didn't need coffee because I was so excited to spend the hour sharing and talking with them about type. Some of the examples I presented were smart, others were funny. I knew the students were looking at fonts in a new way when they actually started laughing at a logotype."