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Popular mechanics

When I was 21, I used to get around in an illegally low jet black ’67 Falcon. It ran 10 inch rims on the back, had a chrome scoop sticking out the hole in the bonnet and gear drive which combined with a straight through exhaust made it sound like the test lab at Boeing. Neither my parents, my neighbours or the cops were impressed. Details »

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Lending a hand

You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand that different mail packs appeal to different audiences. Some folks like a letter, some prefer an eDM, some want a brochure. And some respond to a DeWalt triple-stitched heavy-duty safety glove. Details »

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Teenage hysteria

I’ve got a gripe.

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That was fast

Each year, BRW puts together a list of the 100 fastest growing start-up companies in Australia.

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Give mum a break

Mums, they’re ace aren’t they? Details »

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Our cubs did good

We couldn’t have more pride (you’ll get it in a minute) for our two Young Lions finalists – Stefanie DiGianvincenzo and Daniel Grech.

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Agency vs. Results

I saw this headline on B&T.com recently (full article here) and was struck by an uncanny sense of deja vu.

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Greetings

Hot on the heels of Ellie’s post about sustainable design, here’s some design work we’ve been toying with over the past few months. Details »

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The fun theory – Designing for social change.

In the first of many posts that I will write about designing for social change, I thought I’d show you the fun theory.

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221 reasons not to bowl with Nik

When some people take a sabbatical, they leave one type of work in search of an alternative lifestyle. Others leave study to go travelling and get real world experience. Then there are those who leave responsibility behind to go bowling.

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Yours sincerely…

Some jobs call for all the bells and whistles – an all-singing, all-dancing pack that demands attention like a two-year old having a rolling-on-the-floor, ear-piercing hissy-fit at Safeway.

Others require a more subtle touch.

Like the simple, well-crafted letter above.

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Happy Easter

We’ve just added a stack of new CUBISMS to our Flickr album. These two seemed appropriate for Easter:

Happy Easter, kids.

See you after the break!

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Awards 101

Hands up if you missed the 2009 ADMA Awards in Sydney.

For all those who weren’t able to get out of the office, onto a plane, over the bridge and into the city, here’s your chance to see who won, and – more importantly – why they won. Details »

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Passing the baton

Last week, we waved goodbye to the man who thinks eating fruit after dark is weird.

Yes, Mickey T, our Studio Manager (and regular contributor to our Cubism wall), has headed off to London.

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Happy Birthday!

Yesterday marked CUBED’s fifth birthday.

We celebrated with balloons and cupcakes (like any good five-year old) and champagne (like a five-year old Drew Barrymore). Details »

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Bag ‘o’ treats

Each year, National Pharmacies runs a promotion that’s hard to resist – an extra 5% off for members.

They already get 20% off all their purchases, so this bumps it up to a whopping 25% off pretty much everything in store.

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Doin’ it for the kids

This Sunday will see the ‘Run For The Kids’ take over the streets of Melbourne (much like the weather did last weekend).

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Go together like a horse and carriage

On Saturday, February 27, CUBED Business Director Chantelle Warren walked down the aisle and became a Lane (badda bing!). Details »

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ADMA Guru Breakfast 2010

Client: ADMA

Product: Guru Breakfast

Medium: Direct Mail

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The most important meal of the month

If you’re an Aussie direct marketer, you may have recently received our little pack of oats in your mailbox. Details »

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The Tipping Point in action

One of the most fascinating videos I have ever seen has hideous camera work and a God-awful soundtrack.

You’ll be tempted to turn if off after 2 or 3 seconds, but this one rewards you for sticking with it for the full 3 minutes and 6 seconds, because it shows something we mostly only ever read about.

A tipping point.

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