Cities on the rocks.

April 11, 2010 at 8:40 pm 2 comments

Absolut vodka has a history of iconic advertising – my new favorite is the Doing Things Differently commercial – and they’ve recently started bringing back their late 80’s Cities Campaign on a whole new (drinkable) level. Cities like New Orleans and Boston now have their own brands of Absolut, with city-specific flavors to boot. With over half the world’s population living in cities now, that’s potentially a lot of city pride (and a lot of vodka).

April 11’s daily design idea is how would you articulate the flavors of your city?

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  • 1. The season of stoops. « Daily Design Idea  |  June 24, 2010 at 4:25 pm

    […] if that weren’t exciting enough, I recently discovered that Absolut Vodka is continuing their Cities Campaign through a new flavor: Absolut Brooklyn, and the campaign’s whole shtick is “Celebrating […]

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