Product Displacement

Product Displacement

there are two types of product displacement: fictionalized & unbranded

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More: When “Trademark” is a registered trademark | Box Vox

murketing:

More: When “Trademark” is a registered trademark | Box Vox



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February 20, 2013, 8:23pm

Tissan - The Simpsons

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February 05, 2013, 2:09am

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Making the removal of product brand names into a unique selling proposition, UK department store, Selfridges positions itself as a refuge from information overload. Their “NoNoise” promotion includes a “Quite Shop” that sells “de-branded” products. [Selfridges “No Noise”]
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As admirable is this may be, participating product manufacturers are not really risking so much in the way of product recognition, since their container shapes, their label colors and the remaining graphics are all brand trademarks in their own right.

More: De-Branding in Name Only | Box Vox

murketing:

Making the removal of product brand names into a unique selling proposition, UK department store, Selfridges positions itself as a refuge from information overload. Their “NoNoise” promotion includes a “Quite Shop” that sells “de-branded” products. [Selfridges “No Noise”]

As admirable is this may be, participating product manufacturers are not really risking so much in the way of product recognition, since their container shapes, their label colors and the remaining graphics are all brand trademarks in their own right.

More: De-Branding in Name Only | Box Vox



Reblogged from MKTG.

January 16, 2013, 9:24pm

McDonald’s Rebrands Itself As Macca’s in Australia

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To celebrate Australia Day, McDonald’s is rebranding selected restaurants across the country Macca’s, a common Australian nickname for the fast-food franchise.  Surveys show that 50% of Aussies use the nickname and although the signs will revert back to traditional McDonald’s branding in February, it’s a bold move that demonstrates playfulness and appreciation of local cultures.  

This is very similar to the 2009 Pepsi campaign in Argentina in which the soft-drink company changed its name to Pecsi in response to local pronunciation.

Via: Huffington Post



January 13, 2013, 5:15am

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Cthuloops

nevver:

Cthuloops



Reblogged from MKTG.

December 28, 2012, 8:55pm

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December 11, 2012, 10:15pm

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Much more here: 5 Brands with Reversible Faces | Box Vox

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Much more here: 5 Brands with Reversible Faces | Box Vox



Reblogged from MKTG.

December 01, 2012, 3:42am

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RoboCop (2013) Omnicorp Product Line(The Original Trailer) (by ViralMan69)

Via Underwire.

Once again adding to the As Real As It Gets bonus YouTube playlist of fake ads. Suggestions welcome.



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November 25, 2012, 3:37pm

Playdude Magazine - The Simpsons

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November 20, 2012, 10:31am

Pappa Pia! - The Simpsons

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Pappa Pia - The Simpsons - Moonshine River



November 20, 2012, 4:13am

wescalou:

reblog and make a wish

wescalou:

reblog and make a wish

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November 05, 2012, 4:30pm

Out & About - The Simpsons

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Out & About New York - The Simpsons - Moonshine River



October 29, 2012, 11:25am

Samsun - The Simpsons

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October 29, 2012, 2:39am

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Abandoned version of leonardo da vinci’s ‘the last supper’

(via abandoned paintings by bence hajdu)

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Abandoned version of leonardo da vinci’s ‘the last supper’

(via abandoned paintings by bence hajdu)



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October 19, 2012, 3:29am

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Kevin Van Aelst, but you might have seen his photography while flipping through popular magazines. The New Haven, Connecticut-based photographer specializes in editorial photographs that illustrate ideas in creative ways.

(via Photos of Ordinary Objects Infused with Meaning in Clever Ways)

murketing:

Kevin Van Aelst, but you might have seen his photography while flipping through popular magazines. The New Haven, Connecticut-based photographer specializes in editorial photographs that illustrate ideas in creative ways.

(via Photos of Ordinary Objects Infused with Meaning in Clever Ways)



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October 19, 2012, 2:33am