Andy Warhol’s Cans


To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Andy Warhol’s iconic works “32 Campbell’s Soup Cans,”  Campbell Soup is releasing four limited-edition cans of its condensed tomato soup with labels featuring vibrant, Warhol-like color combinations. The cans, produced under license from The Andy Warhol Foundation, will be available exclusively at most U.S. Target locations, priced at $0.75, starting Sept. 2. Warhol showed the original soup-can paintings — 32 separate canvases, each depicting a variety of Campbell’s soup, displayed side-by-side to mimic products on a grocery shelf — at his first solo gallery... Read The Rest →

Madonna in concert

©bySandraMays Nobody can strike a pose like Madonna in her Vogue video! Her tunes were my inspiration for this evite. This year we are inviting our clients to Madonnas concert in Los Angeles. It will be an epic night…  

The Making of the Rio 2016 Olympic Logo


Missing the Olympics already? The Making of the Rio 2016 Olympic Logo is as enlightening look at the immense level of thought, preperation, depth, passion, research that went into the development of the Rio 2016 logo. On first glance you might just see 3 people holding hands, but it’s not until you actually allow yourself to understand the culture, history, geography of Rio that makes turns the logo into something far more meaningful and relevant. The video also references the typography of the logo which was designed by Fabio Lopez and subsequently... Read The Rest →



©bySandraMays Today information graphics surround us in the media, in published works both pedestrian and scientific, in road signs and manuals. They illustrate information that would be unwieldy in text form, and act as a visual shorthand for everyday concepts. In newspapers, infographics are commonly used to show the weather, as well as maps and site plans for newsworthy events, and graphs for statistical data. If you are a visual person and like to convert boring data into fun graphical icons, I am talking to you…

Famous Logos and the cost of designing them


Stock Logos has compiled a list of famous logo designs and the price that was paid to design them. The list features iconic logos from brands such as Coca Cola, Pepsi, Twitter and Nike.  Are these logos worth their price tags? CocaCola – $0 Pepsi – $1,000,000 Read More    

Advertising Comes Back To Sao Paulo Streets—Via Graffiti


Five years ago, São Paulo enacted Lei Cidade Limpa, the Clean City Law, which saw a near-total ban on out-of-home advertising and the removal of thousands of billboards. While the ad industry complained, it’s accepted wisdom that the majority of Paulistanos approved and continue to approve of the measure and the results. So why are there now three 120-foot, riotously colorful GE ads adorning buildings in busy areas of the city? Because they’re art. Art from GE. GE and its Brazilian agency AlmapBBDO have created the “GE Gallery,” a series... Read The Rest →

2012 HollyShorts


©bySandraMays HollyShorts Film Festival (HSFF) is an annual film festival devoted to showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe, advancing the careers of filmmakers through screenings, Q&A sessions, networking events and various panel and forums. This year, Deluxe, MethodStudios and Company 3 are the big sponsors! Take a look at my 3 design approaches for this years CO3 HollyShorts Film Festival at the Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.   1. HollyShorts – Retro Look      2. HollyShorts – Hollywood Glam Look    3. HollyShorts – Final Look   

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