Design a two-part campaign in which you turn the brand name into an adjective.

Claire Heppner turned the brand name of everyone’s favourite spread into an adjective and showed some of the ways Nutella becomes ‘nutellable.’

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9 Responses Completed for this Challenge

  • Coca-Colable (Taylor Britt)

    This was a fun assignment because I got to be as creative as I can be. I decided to choose the assignment to turn a brand name into an adjective. I created three separate pieces for this print campaign and I was pleased with my results. I chose Coca-Cola as my brand because I thought …

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  • Be Weiser, Bud (Jake Henry, @jakehenry_)

    This is an exercise about design.

  • Be Weiser, Bud (Jake Henry)

    This was a very fun assignment for me, I’m really starting to enjoy the designing I’m able to do. For…

  • Recyclable. (Riley Denton, @righlayyy)

    Recycling campaign.

  • ABSOLUT-ely Refreshing (Audrey Gililland)

    This challenge was (you guessed it) a little challenging. I had to make three separate pieces for a campaign involving any brand and create an adjective off of their brand name. I ended up choosing Absolut vodka, not because I necessarily enjoying drinking it, but mainly because I believe it had the potential to have a […]

  • For the Adventure Seeker (Part 3) (Mackenzie Metzger)

    And it’s finally done!! As always, the JPEG images have weird coloring but in the PDF files that I submitted I absolutely LOVE how these ended up turning out! I only had peer reviews from two other students instead of three but I really took what they said and tried to apply it. With the […]

  • For the Adventure Seeker (Part 2) (Mackenzie Metzger)

    It can only get better from here right? My first draft of my advertisement I had obviously misunderstood the purpose of the assignment. I was missing various key elements (body copy, website link) which was an error on my part and now I can see that my advertisement is slowly (very slowly) coming to life. I like that the […]

  • Dumb Starbucks (Advertising Portfolio )

    If you get the name of my post then points for you. If you haven’t then go watch “Nathan For You” right now. You’re Welcome. This challenge was a little bit easier for me than the last probably because it doesn’t have to make much sense. You are literally making up a word just like … Continue reading “Dumb Starbucks”

  • For the Adventure Seekers (Mackenzie Metzger)

    I sat and stared and rattled my brain while trying to decide which print challenge I was going to do. All of the examples given were incredible and my thought process became “Whatever I decide to do, it won’t be nearly as good as this one.” Then I remembered that I am a mere college student and […]

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