Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
By: Adnan Arnautlija
ADRIS FOUNDATION SETS EXHIBITION – THERE’S HOPE
An exhibition of works by the best Croatian illustrators, created for the book “Hope” of the Adris Foundation, opened in the Croatian Design Superstore. 24 of them gathered for this project in order to illustrate each of the 24 largest projects in the field of science, education and creativity that were so far supported by the Adris Foundation.
Illustrators whose works are exhibited are: Iva Čurić, Nebojša Cvetković, Ana Žaja Petrak, Danijel Srdarev, Luka Juras, Davor Šunk, Hana Tintor, Anita Celić – Cella, Klarxy, Vedran Klemens, Filip Peraić, Alen Lipuš, Tomislav Torjanac, Imelda Ramović, Tea Jurišić, Srđana Modrinić – BooBoo, Helena Janečić, Igor Taritaš, Slaven Kosanović – Lunar, Tomislav Šestak, Dominik Vuković, Tonka Lujanac, Vendi Vernić and Davor Rukovanjski.
“Presented in one place, in the book Hope, these projects and their illustrations provide hope that Croatia has a future. The book is sensitive to the touch. The more you use it, the more hope there is,” explained Davor Bruketa from Bruketa & Žinić OM, the agency that conceptually designed and created the book.
The exhibition is open until 16 April.
HDD GALLERY: SECOND MEMORY (14 – 25 April 2017)
This Friday, 14 April, at 20.00h, HDD Gallery opens an exhibition titled Second Memory. The exhibition presents the design, but also works of art that deal with culture of memory, relationship to the civilian victims of war, anti-fascism and the history of wartime violence. The exhibition includes works of authors such as Ivan Benussi, Damir Bralić & Aleksandar Kovač, Katarina Duda, Damir Gamulin, Igor Grubić, Mirko Ilić, Sanja Iveković, David Kabalin, Zlatko Kopljar, Dejan Kršić, Boris Ljubičić, MAZ, Tonka Maleković, Niko Mihaljević, Petra Milički, Negra Nigoević, Matija Raos, Vladimir Straža, Studio Božesačuvaj, Saša Šimpraga, Nedjeljko Špoljar, Trio Sarajevo, Katarina Zlatec, Željko Zorica and a number of others.
JASON ROMEYKO, FORMER CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF SAATCHI & SAATCHI, ADDED TO THE ROSTER OF SPARK.ME 2017 SPEAKERS
Jason Romeyko, former creative director of Saatchi & Saatchi and the recipient of numerous international awards of the highest level in the field of advertising, will speak at the fifth Spark.me conference.
Romeyko spent more than two decades working for Saatchi & Saatchi. As an international executive creative director he worked on projects for giants such as Deutsche Telekom, Toyota and Glaxo-Smith Kline.
During his career, Romeyko won several Grand Prix, gold, silver and bronze awards at the Cannes Lions Festival. He also won a large number of awards at festivals Eurobest, London International Awards, ADCEO, ADC, CCA, ADCI, Golden Drum, Epica, Clio …
Today Romeyko continues to build his career as a global executive creative director of Serviceplan group, with the goal to turn it into a top-ranking independent group of advertising agencies in the world.
Conference Spark.me will be held on 29 and 30 May, at the hotel Mediteran in Bečići, near Budva (Montenegro).
SNAPCHAT TO LET US ADVERTISERS TRACK WHEN CUSTOMERS VISIT THEIR STORES
Snapchat is to start offering more location data to marketers in the US, allowing them to better track the efficacy of their ads in the offline world.
A new tool called Snap to Store has been in beta testing with a select number of brands and will now let advertisers with physical stores in the States see how in-store traffic correlates the Snap campaigns.
Wendy’s, 7-Eleven and Paramount Pictures are among some of the first brands to have used the feature. According to data from Snapchat, which has been verified by third-party platforms, a Geofilter from Wendy’s drove 42,000 people to visit its restaurants in the seven days after it was published and seen by users within the app.
CHINA LOOKS TO REIN IN DIGITAL INFORMATION
Foreign companies in China will have to apply for permission to transfer data out of the country under draft rules, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
This is the latest move by the government to tighten regulation of digital information, according to the report.
The rules will apply to network operators, a term that experts claim likely includes technology companies and other companies that does business through computer networks like financial institutions.
The rule will apply to companies seeking to move more than one terabyte of data or data with more than 500,000 people’s information. Companies will have to seek permission from both customers and the government before transferring the data out of the country.