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In honor of the Sydney International Food Festival held each year in Sydney’s Hyde Park, advertising agency WHYBIN/TBWA got together and created something amazing to showcase the chefs from all around the world participating in the event. Using only the ingredients from the food types and cultures that each country is known for, they artfully created flags to represent them – and wow, are they incredible!

Does this make you hungry too?

Italy

Brazil

Australia

China

France

Greece

India

Indonesia

Japan

Lebanon

South Korea

Spain

Switzerland

Thailand

Turkey

United Kingdom

United States

Vietnam

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Who doesn’t love looking back at those old advertisements? What if the same style was still used today?

Here is what some of the most well-known of today’s society might have looked way back then with some epic retro makeovers – like Facebook, Twitter, Skype and YouTube. (Maybe Grandma will understand finally Twitter if you show her the ad below). Thanks to artist Marco Martins for the cool concept!

Would you have been sold?

Golly Ghee Whiz!

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The DENY Designs featured artist of the week is the Anderson Design Group. The Anderson Design Group is new to the DENY Designs family just this past month. We are absolutely loving their colorful retro designs – sure to transform any space into a fun one.

More about Anderson Design Group:

Anderson Design Group, Inc. founder Joel Anderson graduated from Ringling School of Art & Design in 1986. He was recruited straight from college to work as a staff illustrator and designer at Carden & Cherry Advertising in Nashville, TN. While at C&C, Joel won an Emmy Award for his work on a CBS show, Hey Vern, It’s Ernest. Joel worked at C&C for 7 years, learning the art & science of advertising (and how to talk like Ernest.) In 1993, Joel and his friend David Thomas founded Anderson Thomas Design, Inc. The firm focused on CD package design at first, and quickly grew into a diverse print & web design company with a client list that included Universal Studios, DreamWorks Pictures, Golden Books, Thomas Nelson and more.

In 2007, the partners decided to pursue different interests, so Joel reorganized the design firm as Anderson Design Group, Inc., narrowing the studio’s focus to specialize in illustrative design, branding, and product development.

Check out some of their designs on DENY products:

To see all of Anderson Design Group’s work on DENY Designs products, just head over here: http://denydesigns.com/collections/anderson-design-group-all-art

So, what do you think? Pretty fun right?

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