Follicular Font of the Day: Using (her own?) leg hair to form letters, 20-year-old Tama Art University student Mayuko created what is quite possibly the only typeface more objectionable than Comic Sans.
It has already been employed as the font-of-choice in an Adidas summer sale ad:
Adidas should really team up with Red Bull.
Proof that Red Bull could give you wings.
Kickass Kicks of the Day: “Wings 2.0” by Jeremy Scott for adidas.
On sale online via the adidas Originals store starting August 10. Winged cap and caduceus sold separately.
Be Original By Dressing the Same!
How do you celebrate originality when everyone is wearing Adidas clothing? Not so original when everyone is wearing almost the same thing, huh?
Also, just because you have David Beckham, Daft Punk, Snoop Dogg and other celebrities, doesn’t automatically make your ad good. The whole time I’m wondering what they are even doing there.
Overall, the commercial is anti-climatic. I’d say I thought stuff was really gonna go down when Snoop started whacking away at the Star Wars characters, but that didn’t last long.
There is no real plot and just a bunch of random celebrity cameos among Star Wars characters. The commercials draws people in with the Star Wars theme and the celebrities, but you quickly lose interest. Don’t know about you, but the whole time I was wondering, what’s the point?
p.s. You would think with Daft Punk in the ad, the music would be amazing right? yea, not so much.