Wednesday, 11 April 2007

Quote for the Day

Rhoda Rheddy: "Shall we have a cuppa in memory of those who are no longer with us?"

Not every ones cup of Tea

After last weeks failed attempt (read previous post), Nathan decided to go for the BEE approach.

Project T-Cup


Copywriter: Nathan
Art Director: Nathan
Illistrater: Nathan
Client Service: Nathan
Project Manager: Nathan
Brand Manager: Nathan
Traffic Controller: Nathan

Creative Director: Nathan
Tea Lady: Nathan
Client: : Nathan
Target Market: Idiots like Nathan

Brief: Conceptualize and Create an invite to the Osiris Tea Club at 3.

Objective: Now that Deshanta, Ketna and Susann left the T-Club is lacking membership. This invite should encourage new people to join the T-Club.

Initial Conceptualizing:
Nathan: "Hey I know Orla, Let's use an Image of T-Bag. Get it T-Cup = T-Bag. Come on don't you get it. T-bag is the dude from Prison Break. The one who lost his finger. OOh shit - lost finger = finger food at tea party. Ja, maybe you were right and I should just stick to using an image of a T-Cup"

Finished Product:

Easter Love from the T-Club

No animals (excluding the bear with no hair and the breast stroking bunny) were harmed in the making of this "Cup of Tea".

Tuesday, 3 April 2007

Life without Desh

So Deshanta has been gone for only a few weeks and we've been recruiting new members for our tea club like crazy. But this has proven difficult since most of our initial members (yes you Ketna and Susann) have also left us.

So as they say desperate times calls for desperate measures and Nathan and Michael have tried their best to create new/innovative and downright 'Dirty' invitations for our 3 'o clock tea.

Apart from the Tea club something interesting also happened. Shaan couldn’t cope with sitting next to Deshanta's empty chair for much longer so he followed the Voortrekkers example and went on his own groot trek to the edge of the Drakensburg (also known as the seats in Channel that face the canteen). To quote Shaan: "I really miss Desh, but what I miss the most about moving is the printer and its noises."