Posts Tagged ‘KEITH REINHARD’

By Hans Ebert It’s just not good enough. Nothing’s any longer good enough. Even most women are no longer good enough. Neither is anything around us. What’s made us take this backward step? Has technology made things better? Or have we allowed it to take us wherever it wanted to that we now want to [...]

Some of us might not have known it at the time, but, damn, Hong Kong had some very good ad people and real characters who created a thriving industry- the late Mike Chu, Richard Lam, James Wong and Stoney Mudd, Tony Morias, Mark Hilltout, Clarke Mallory. Stasch Radwanski, Mike Fromowitz, Peter Thompson, Charles Wang, Louis [...]

In all the conversations and dissertations and over-analysis of the music industry, precious little has been said about the need for creativity- creativity in marketing, sure, but also creativity in simply being able to look beyond the obvious. As mentioned to someone over dinner last night, creativity seems to have left the building along with [...]