WEEK LINKS 5.28.15

by Whit Hiler

“HOW THE MOST CREATIVE PEOPLE IN BUSINESS GENERATE NEW IDEAS” - Fast Company

“Vote for your favorite YouTube ads of the last 10 years” - Youtube

“artist mocks up VHS cover art for modern movies and TV shows” - Design Boom

“Darrell Hammond Is Colonel Sanders in W+K's Big New Campaign for KFC” - ADWEEK

“Sunoco Made a Burnt Rubber Cologne. It Smells Fantastic” - GQ

“How Everyone Gets the ‘Sharing’ Economy Wrong” - WSJ

“How Facebook is stealing vast chunks of YouTube's business” - Business Insider

“WHERE CREATIVITY LIVES: TAKE A LOOK INSIDE THE HOMES OF TOP CREATIVES FROM AROUND THE WORLD” - Fast Company

“Designer Aaron Draplin On Why Every Creative Should Say ‘Yes’ A Little More” - TAXI

“The 100 Most Influential Leaders in Marketing, Media and Tech “ - ADWEEK

“Everything Is Delightfully Topsy-Turvy In GE’s Creative And Quirky New Ad” - TAXI

“7 HABITS OF HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL PEOPLE” - FAST COMPANY

“Serious reading takes a hit from online scanning and skimming, researchers say” - Washington Post

“WHO THE MOST CREATIVE PEOPLE IN BUSINESS FOLLOW ON TWITTER AND INSTAGRAM” - Fast Company

“Here’s how the first president of the social media age has chosen to connect with Americans” - Washington Post

“Lilly Pulitzer Employee Posted Fat-Shaming Cartoons on Office Wall” - TIME

“Most Creative People in Business 2015" - Fast Company

“Richard Prince Sells Other People's Printed Instagrams for $100,000 USD a Piece at NYC Gallery” - Hypebeast

“The Uber of product placement?” - Alex Bogusky