The Harmon Brothers Effect

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Every so often, there comes an ad that is plain weird. As weird as it is, it resonates and more than likely you will remember the brand. The Harmon Brothers have crafted a genius marketing strategy that has revolutionized the use of viral videos to sell products. They are the masterminds behind Squatty Potty, PooPourri, and Purple Mattress. Here at Velocity Agency, we are not too proud to admit when other advertising agencies hit the bullseye with their marketing strategies. Velocity Agency is continually researching what advertisements miss the mark and what advertisements are sparking conversations, and we use that …

Don’t Adjust Your Television

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For years, the visual crackle of a struggling video stream was a  frustration for many people. Long before modern television and streaming video, people would curse out loud and move their rabbit ear antennas to get a better picture. The glitch is the visual of a pixelated or off-register image. It has firmly become part of modern design culture and is defining the newest chapter in the art world’s fascination with distress, deconstruction and the allure of imperfection. Glitch designs have made their way through all aspects of culture last year and are becoming even more popular now. Any designer …

Graphic Design Trends in 2018

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In this era of digital art, graphic designers must stay ahead of design trends to remain relevant. What may have appeared cutting-edge over the past few years may look entirely outdated in 2018. 2018 is projected to be the year of crazy designs, imagination and experimental art. You may have already seen elements of these graphic design trends slowly creeping onto album covers, advertisements and banners. At Velocity Agency, we are continually monitoring current trends and planning to keep up with what’s hot. Glitchy Maybe it’s the resurgence of the 80’s and our fascination with nostalgia, but the glitch effect …