Month: February 2015
VW warn people of the dangers of the driver’s blind spot using the ipad.
Feel The Pain
Moscow Property developers Dronstoy developed this 4 minute film to sell their dream using dreams. More filmic that dream for me, with all that owning a property in Moscow provides sown into the flow.
Tooheys lets your mouth loose and gives it a voice.
Cheese is Cheese
Obviously not when it comes to Jarlsberg.
Hand-painted ceramic plate installations by ceramicist Molly Hatch.
Mind Of Perry
Michigan based artist Matt Perry.
Shadow of the Archaeopteryx
Wild Wood Abstract
By Jef Aerosol – New piece on wood – For solo show “Anony(fa)mous”
Art of Old Envelopes
Mark Powell uses old envelopes and maps as his paper for his haunting portraits.
Make Every Yard Count
In a country of a billion, a young cricketer in India never looks at a lack of space as a problem. He looks at it as an opportunity. An opportunity to hit the ground harder, to run faster, to jump higher and stand taller.
Promotional ad by Nike aimed at one of the most passionate audiences of cricket. I particularly like the way it is edited to the music.
Lego’s response the internet debate on the colour of the dress.
Tree Within a Tree
To Be or Not To Be
Shakespeare posters by Leszek Zebrowski
London Tube Test
Released as an online tease a couple of years ago by CBS Outdoor, evidently there are 75 different London Underground stations represented in there. Even though it’s been around for a couple of years I still can’t seem to find a definitive list of all the stations anywhere – perhaps you can still win prizes.
The one below is version two. This evidently has 100 underground, overground & DLR stations cryptically represented.
Here’s a detailed map that shows all the stations in the London area.
Sound Work Motto
Type Face It
I see You
Bit of a Laugh
The Wire Herd
Lifelike galvanized wire animal sculptures by Kendra Haste.
Sony Photography Awards
Plenty of material to browse through here. Three categories professional, youth and open. There are some stunning entries. This one is from the open section, Black Kaali by Elangoven Subramanian.
Not Just Sliding Doors
A countryside sliding glass house designed by dRMM
Origami masks and tessellations by Joel Cooper.
It’s Your Funeral
Banksy Goes to Gaza
Bansksy finds new walls to express himself on in the rubble of the Gaza Strip, at the same time highlighting the realities of life there.
Collection of 122 different examples of Guerilla Marketing.
Any Spare Masking Tape?
Have a Break
Lovely extension thought to the Snickers Brady Bunch TV ad I posted a while back.
Postpartum: The Musical
Taking satirical content into a sensitive area. Helloflo is a women’s health company dedicated to helping women and girls navigate all stages of life. Brands included Always, LUNA, and Bamboobies.
The Fortitude Bear
To launch the Sky Atlantic series ‘Fortitude’, promoters let an animatronic polar bear loose in London.
Cause and Effect
On Yer Bike
Lake Street Dive
I know this has been around for a while, but came across it again and thought I’d post it so I’ve got it handy and because I’ve just love their rendition of the song.