DJ Chris Holmes came up with an idea that will no doubt become the the bane of any paparazzi’s existence. After discovering that photos of him wearing reflective clothing always turned out weird, it dawned on the DJ-turned-fashion designer that he could re-purpose this idea for those who intentionally want to ruin pictures of them.
TV censorship in the U.S. may be great in protecting Americans from obscenities, but it also prevent us from seeing comedy golds like Toot’s latest underwear campaign. Designed to comfortably lift and enhance the crotch area, scientists put Toot to the test with various performance experiments.
We’ve all seen the witty commercials featuring a hip and totally-with-it Rob Lowe who subscribes to DirecTV and his creepy, paranoid version who has cable TV. This time, the multimedia giant flips the switch and takes its parallel universe platform to feature the gorgeous swimsuit models of Sports Illustrated.
The streets of London are filled with some interesting characters but no one was prepared to see an 8 foot curious polar bear ambling along.
In China, a hidden door provides the only separation to the ultimate juxtaposition between light and dark and lunch or spirits in Flask and The Press. No one is the wiser as the vintage Coca Cola vending machine leading to the hidden lounge doesn’t look particularly out of place against the wall of The Press sandwich shop and this is exactly what makes Flask different amid the number of speakeasy-themed bars sprouting around the area.
Powder and motion create the perfect symphony in the new ad campaign promoting powdered milk creamer for Dutch dairy company Campina Friesland Kievit. Belgian photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte and film director André Nicolas Vantomme captures moments in time where acrobat dancer, Noi Pakon, releases a handful of powder to create an angelic silhouette for a stunning visual effect.
We’ve featured Roman statues taking selfies before but what about paintings? With the selfie trend not making an exit anytime soon, it’s no wonder big-name companies want a piece of the action. Ad agency Leo Burnett Switzerland create a brilliant ad for the Samsung NX mini camera that depicts historical artists like Vincent van Gogh, Frida Kahlo, and Albrecht Dürer’s famous self portraits as snapshot renditions.
Denmark designers Nils Chudy and Jasmina Grase brings innovation to a kitchen staple by updating the standard electric kettle to be more efficient and eco-friendly with Miito.
Still don’t know what to do with your Movember facial hair? Accessorize it with Beard Baubles for the holidays. A genius idea by advertising agency, Grey London, these brand new ornaments were not just created for the annual Holiday cards for their clients, but also sold for pogonophiles to enjoy.