Walk, Don’t Walk or just Dance. Car manufacturer Smart gives traffic lights some new moves in its promotional/safety campaign WhatAreYouFOR. The video installation reportedly caught the attention of 81% more pedestrians enough to obey the traffic laws.
Food that truly does look too good to eat, these delightful dishes are sure to raise a smile, and your appetite. Dutch Sandra van den Broek first sketches then prepares the intricate detailing of her children’s meals using scissors, toothpicks and knives. Each one can take up to an hour, though we reckon they look well worth the wait.
Ironic performance art meets strangely physical photography in Lilly McElroy’s photo series, I Throw Myself at Men. Turning the judgmental saying on its head, this feminist literally jumps into men at bars to see if they’ll catch her—pretty ballsy stuff.
To get the whole family involved with recycling, make it fun, and sell more recycled paper, Soon ad agency created a zany video and intricate paper sculptures that promote a new line of recycled paper. The resulting bug sculptures have incredible texture, lifelike qualities, and are good for the environment.
Back in 1971, actress and animal rights advocate Tippi Hedren held a bizarre experiment to call attention to her passion for animal welfare. Along with her daughter, Melanie Griffin, and husband, Hedren lived with a lion called Neil. LIFE photographer Michael Rougier documented the unorthodox family pet interacting with the family.
Storm chasers are known for their sense of adventure, but Alex Schueth can also be commended for his camera work. While in Nebraska, Schueth captured a time lapse of a rare undulatus asperatus cloud formation.
The towns of Nabari and Iga in Japan’s Mie prefecture aims to fulfill every man’s boyhood dream with a ninja training tour. Initially started to boost the two town’s economy, advertising can be seen in public transportation hoping to garner more tourists to visit the two towns known to have bred ninjas since the 15th century.
Alen Yacht creates what dreams are made of when it comes to living the high-life in the high seas. Combining a sleek design with powerful mechanics, the Turkish boat manufacturer collaborated with world-renowned international architects Foster + Partners to manufacture the agile Alen 68.
Research has shown that a variety of facial expressions are universally recognized around the world but apparently, common noise-making actions and expressions are as different as our languages. James Chapman demonstrates a variety of ways of saying common expressions in different languages in a series of humorous posters.
From body paint to face painting, people have been pushing the boundaries when it comes to dressing up for Halloween and to Eva Senin Pernas, the magic is in the details. The Spanish photographer and make-up artist has been harnessing her skills with makeup since her teenage years when she was given the iconic book ‘Making Faces’ by the late makeup guru Kevin Aucoin.