Advertising for People Who Don't Like Advertising
This is a book by a company that dislikes advertising as much as anyone.
Nevertheless, it does make adverts. It has worked with global brands to produce fashion collections and promoted a town with a mass wedding. It creates advertising with more human, truthful communications. The company's name is KesselsKramer.
This book describes how to make something you like out of something you don't. As well as drawing on its own experiences, KesselsKramer listens and learns from those who doubt the advertising industry. Stefan Sagmeister explains how quitting work makes you better at working; Hans Aarsman discusses authenticity in image-making; and Alex Bogusky looks at ways to help capitalism grow up.
Advertising for People Who Don't Like Advertising is partly a creative handbook and partly an attempt to make the world a very slightly better place. It's intended for anyone who has ever hated a web banner or zapped an ad break.
KesselsKramer is an international communications agency based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It has been responsible for creating a range of very diverse work in a variety of media. Campaigns include highly creative work for Nike, Audi, Levi’s, J&B, the Hans Brinker Budget Hotel, Diesel and Unilever.
As well as advertising, KesselsKramer develops projects for its own imprint, KesselsKramer Publishing, and in 2008 set up London's KK Outlet which combines a communications agency, gallery space and shop.
Hardback: 240 pages
Publisher: Laurence King
Published Date: May 2012
170 x 240 mm
Online Price: $36.95