Nicely plastered

mailing label

I love this, but I am easily pleased. This is part of my mailing label for the Marketing Direct magazine. Note my made-up job title.
Now take a look at the front page of the latest issue:
plastered

The font by the toes may be a little hard to read. It says “Victor Houghton best grand fromage de savoir ever”, which had me laughing out loud.

It was the winning entry for a competition to demonstrate the power of digital personalisation run by the magazine.

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4 Responses to “Nicely plastered”


  1. 1 neilperkin June 18, 2007 at 5:15 pm

    I also got one of these and thought it was rather splendid. I love highly personalised stuff like this – it really does make you take notice.

  2. 2 Lisa June 20, 2007 at 11:10 am

    Nice, really nice. Wish I had one!

  3. 3 oldvic June 20, 2007 at 4:45 pm

    Ha! That comment works on a number of levels.

  4. 4 Idetrorce December 15, 2007 at 6:06 pm

    very interesting, but I don’t agree with you
    Idetrorce


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I’m Victor Houghton, a, er... something or other in one of the UK’s largest advertising agencies. My job title has a comma in it, which is embarrassing. I’m the chief finder-things-outer with a splash of trends who is lucky to work with all the major functions of the agency, even though I am most closely associated with strategic planning. Everything in this blog has most probably been stolen from other, infinitely more talented people, although the opinions are most definitely my own and not those of the agency.

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