There are endless opportunities when it comes to designing an advertisement for a food product, or even just with food for a non-food product. This showcase features a small selection of advertisements that have been created using food, including advertisements for Greenpeace, Bosch, Tabasco and a gym called Orange Fitness! Just imagine how fun some of these could be to make! If you have designed any marketing material with food, or know of any that we haven't included in this list, let us know in the comments section!
Since about 2010, Jake Mize had been playing with the idea of starting a small t-shirt company. His main goal, just like most other small t-shirt brands, is to provide a high quality product at a very reasonable price and to make sure that the overall customer experience is as enjoyable as possible. Jake had originally started outsourcing the designs to a couple of illustrators to help grow the brand and bring exposure to artists that were maybe not so well known. But, being a designer himself, Jake's own designs quickly became his preferred creative outlet.
Nowadays marketing is everything with a brand, and the market where this is no more relevant, is that of the Sporting Good Manufacturer's. This showcase will focus on probably the biggest sports brand in the world, Nike. They sponsor some of the biggest sports stars the world has ever seen, and combine all sorts of design and creativity in their projects - completed out by some of the greatest designers to this day and age. Nike are always at the forefront of the trends, and their TV commercials especially are normally trend-setters.