Many ancient civilisations, from Greece to China, used branding to sell their goods.
New year, new beginning - and this year it feels even more like a fresh start with it being 2020.
Winston Churchill, Albert Einstein and Salvador Dali were all great believers in the power nap.
The TEDxDunLaoghaire 2019 event was held in The Studio at dlr LexIcon last Friday. As part of the organising team I truly enjoyed it all coming together so nicely and the talks were just amazing. Mindblowing.
The visual I designed for this year’s event is hoping to communicate the theme: Change, beyond the periphery. An explosion of ideas, you never know where they are coming from, there’s no boundaries and it can take you anywhere. All the various posters, bottles, programmes etc. show different triangle shapes to visualise the Change Idea.
The word brand derives from the Old Norse word brandr and it means “to burn” or “to mark permanently with a hot iron.”
The Greek Stoic philosopher Epictetus explained it nicely: We have two ears and one mouth so that we can listen twice as much as we speak.