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Interesting: This Is The Real Face Of “33” Export

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First of all, all my guys are ballerz. For this reason, they’re also drinkers. Now, even though I myself have never had a drink in my life, sometimes I buy the beer for them because, you know, that’s what good friends do. But this year, I’ve decided to join the boys at the bar.  Why? I’m way over 18 years old, I like to have fun, and I’m a self-respecting baller. Naturally I need to pick a beer for this next level and my choice is “33” Export. Why “33”, you ask? Easy. Because “33” is just like me. Look,

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If You Ever Become A Special Assistant To A Governor On Digital Media, This Is Your Survival Guide | THE DEBRIEF With Tunde Muraina

Being that this is a season of political appointments, some of us continue to pray someone somewhere puts forward our name for something in someone’s cabinet. I, for example, will take any appointment haha. Fingers crossed, ladies and gentlemen. Now, if you find yourself in charge of digital media for any governor or politician, come learn from Tunde Muraina. For eight years, he did this job for Senator Abiola Ajimobi, the immediate past governor of Oyo State and Tunde’s got nuggets to share. You’ll be surprised at some of the demands:

‘Stop Motion Is More Engaging, Less Demanding, And Cheaper’ | THE DEBRIEF with Yetunde Ogundipe

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If you asked me, I’d have said computer animation is easier to execute than stop motion animation. You know, if you’d asked me who put the most work into their product between Pixar vs Aardman, I’d have said Aardman. But Yetunde Ogundipe makes a case for stop-motion animation, especially for brands with humble budgets. She even argues that now may be the best time to look at stop motion animation for commercials–not just because it’s cheaper but because it’s different:

For Sniper Insecticide… What Happened Sometime Ago May Repeat Itself…

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One day in Nazi Germany, the president of Coca-Cola GmbH ran out of Coca-Cola syrup. Now, is it even possible to make Coca-Cola without Coca-Cola Syrup? No, it isn’t. It’s like trying to fry KFC chicken without the 11 herbs and spices. You cannot honestly still call that KFC, can you? That’s only TFC. So, what did Max Keith (that’s the Coke President’s name) do? He got creative.

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