These are really genius no parking signs that should be placed all over the world. More I say, more! Written by the hilarious copywriters at Partners + Napiers.
Marta has a way with words. One example would be in the About section of her website where she says “The only thing stronger than my accent are my opinions”. The best example would be her blog, theawfulttruthblog. Currently a Creative Director, Marta Ibarrondo has a firm grasp on the clever combination of wit and humour that keeps you reading on and wanting more.
There are times when people say very stupid things. In these moments of utter daftness, us folk that are subjected to said daftness need some kind of a retort. I bring you, Emergency Compliments. Listing an array of compliments that are random and downright hilarious, it’s a clever idea that keeps you clicking for more. My favourite part are the links at the bottom that read “Thanks!I feel better” which leads to a print of the compliment and “I still feel crappy” which takes you to more compliments.
Unless you’ve been living under a very large rock, you would have seen at least one of the many “Keep Calm & Carry On” posters that have been altered and adapted from the original. But where is the original and how did this phenomenon come about? This message that everyone has in their rooms, offices and bookstores around the world is so relatable and I think that’s the reason it has become what it is today.
This is the story behind the famous red poster.