A great new spot from Google India.
In no particular order, a roundup of work and projects from friends and strangers, in person and on the web, that I loved this year.
QR codes have been around for years, but with more people carrying smart phones than ever, they have seen a rise a huge rise in popularity in the US in recent months.
I was in London this last week for client meetings. It was great to see the offices of Twitter, Google, Facebook, Intel, Tokyoplastic, Hill & Knowlton, Ogilvy, Moo.com, and Universal Music. It was also great to see all the amazing sights and sounds of London. Christian, Robin and Tiffany from our Bristol, UK office joined [...]
If you look up while walking along the streets of Paris, just above the buildings’ large double doors and the city’s classic blue-and-white street signs, chances are you’ll eventually see a piece by French urban artist Invader. To celebrate his 1000th ceramic being placed in Paris, Invader just unveiled a massive exhibit at La Générale.
Sticker culture collides with the VW beetle. A German company Car Film Components has added a new flair to the VW beetle by offering a $5,000 sticker trim upgrade. Stickers cover the fenders, trim and some inside components. If your looking to set your bug above the others, this might be your solution.
We stumbled upon a great little site containing some wonderful posters that a designer has found around his home city of Amsterdam.
Now when you think of taxidermy, you think old dead dusty stuffed beavers, birds, and mighty bears. Enrique puts a spin on it and brings his creations to life with his amazing talent.
With the use of a line scan camera Adam Magyar captures the public in these zoomable photographs.
Andy J. Miller and Andrew Neyer took a 24 foot wall and allowed viewers of the show to use large colored markers to fill in the drawings. Very fun and wish i could have been there. Be sure to check out the video.