We’ve seen lots of examples of crowdsourced marketing and design efforts, and frankly these are usually awful. So we’re a bit surprised to find ourselves saying that the new Chiquita brand campaign, which asked people to submit designs for the famed stickers that adorn Chiquita bananas, works pretty damn well… Read the full article here
October 6, 2010
A crowdsourced marketing stunt that actually works.
Central Saint Martins graduate, illustrator and designer working at Essence Digital in Soho. View all posts by laurenmorris
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