Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Creatives' Paradise

Just before we left Leo Burnett we finished a little side project for them, an invitation to a party for the creative department in a place called Paradise – just a bit of fun.

16 comments:

Ferris said...

You should've come boys...it were well fun.

Wal said...

sorry but i'm still out of the country mate :) jai didn't make it?

Gordon said...

Nice but a bit twee, ain't it?

Ferris said...

I didn't see him, but then I didn't see much.

Hope you're enjoying Hamburg. We're neck-deep in McD hamburgers here as usual...

facu said...

hey guys. nice drawing. but i just can´t shake this feeling. a creatives-paradise. sounds like swimming in your own bullshit. kindergarten for royalty. but it´s all good. i mean no disrespect.

Darren said...

swimming in bullshit? No, my friend Argentina is far away from here.

facu said...

7,440 miles to be exact.

yes, sorry. but it´s just a job no?

Anonymous said...

7,440 miles away from everything, my friend.

facu said...

ouch.
guess i didn´t express myself correctly and hurt some feelings even though i didn´t mean to.
again, no disrespect to creatives´ paradise or wal and jai´s effort which i like.

Mike said...

7,440 exactly? like precisely, to the mile? Where are you measuring from? the coast or London?

Heh - sorry...couldn't resist.

I can't help but think Paradise should have a little more colour?

I want to know what does the sign says!

Anonymous said...

Mike.

Click on the image and you'll get an enlarged pic.

Maybe some things are best left to the imagination?

Hayes Thompson said...

Typo in you're sign, surely?

And did you spot mine?

Anonymous said...

hayes thompson

'you're' instead of your isn't a typo but wrong use of grammar! There's a big difference.

Wal said...

facu, argentina rocks! i love buenos aires, and the wine in mendoza :)

Hayes Thompson said...
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Hayes Thompson said...

Anon 7.03: Now that really is pedantic. But wrong.

Wikipedia:

Though the term "typo" excludes errors of ignorance, it is common to find it used as a euphemism to describe instances of poor spelling, punctuation, or grammar, such as subconsciously typing a homophone.

So hardly a big difference, as you put it.

And by the way, it's 'grammatical error', not 'wrong use of grammar' - that's just poor use of English.

At least your anonymity saves you public blushes.

Keep trying.