alilouisa:

Hello? Bit of guerrilla advertising from Nokia and Microsoft. #london #eastend #graffiti #potd (at Pemberman’s @ Brick Lane)

Nokia & Microsoft are all over Shoreditch with graffiti marketing. Down with the kids? Or like seeing your Mum try to twerk? (Sorry for giving you that mental image)

Ad of the Month: This one is so lovely I’ve got off my long stint of no-blogging and posted it. It does help that I’m currently on vacation.. Guinness wheelchairs basketball commercial (by Edward Heising)

Ad of the Month - Zachary Quinto vs. Leonard Nimoy: “The Challenge” (by AudiofAmerica) - I know it’s early days but I love both of them so much that I can’t conceive of an ad beating it this month.

Ad of the Month: I could  watch #evianBabyandMe all freaking day - baby&me / the new evian film (by EvianBabies)

Ad of the Month - #DancePonyDance by Three is already my favorite for March 2013. It’s cute, funny and perfect for its target market. You can catch it on takeovers across eBay and YouTube today (from what I’ve seen). The format on eBay is brand new and called the Doodle (not at all like a Google Doodle). 

Three - The Pony (by three)

The Democrats have someone who loves good packaging design. Nice. ;) 

The Democrats have someone who loves good packaging design. Nice. ;) 

(Source: hooplehead)

photojojo:

Anuschka Blommers & Niels Schumm have come up with one of the most clever advertising campaigns we’ve seen in a long time! 
By flipping the photos upside down, yet keeping the eyes and mouth the same way up, we’re fooled into thinking they’re normal faces. Flip the images yourself and see just how “normal” the faces really are! 
Blommers Schumm Photography For Dove
via Huh. Magazine

Wonderfully clever idea. Love a bit of innovative creative in advertising. photojojo:

Anuschka Blommers & Niels Schumm have come up with one of the most clever advertising campaigns we’ve seen in a long time! 
By flipping the photos upside down, yet keeping the eyes and mouth the same way up, we’re fooled into thinking they’re normal faces. Flip the images yourself and see just how “normal” the faces really are! 
Blommers Schumm Photography For Dove
via Huh. Magazine

Wonderfully clever idea. Love a bit of innovative creative in advertising. photojojo:

Anuschka Blommers & Niels Schumm have come up with one of the most clever advertising campaigns we’ve seen in a long time! 
By flipping the photos upside down, yet keeping the eyes and mouth the same way up, we’re fooled into thinking they’re normal faces. Flip the images yourself and see just how “normal” the faces really are! 
Blommers Schumm Photography For Dove
via Huh. Magazine

Wonderfully clever idea. Love a bit of innovative creative in advertising.

photojojo:

Anuschka Blommers & Niels Schumm have come up with one of the most clever advertising campaigns we’ve seen in a long time! 

By flipping the photos upside down, yet keeping the eyes and mouth the same way up, we’re fooled into thinking they’re normal faces. Flip the images yourself and see just how “normal” the faces really are! 

Blommers Schumm Photography For Dove

via Huh. Magazine

Wonderfully clever idea. Love a bit of innovative creative in advertising.

A little bit of Friday morning magic! 

lizawithazed:

best. flashmob. ever.

If I ever witness something like this, I’m gonna get distracted telling everyone to put down their cameras and enjoy the moment, or make like one of the kids and stand in inappropriate places, wobbling around in awe.

All I could think was “is the little girl who put in the tip part of it?”

flashmobs done right.

(Source: magneticpie)

GIFs, providing lolz since 1987. Which is also when I was born. What a good year ;)

GIFs, providing lolz since 1987. Which is also when I was born. What a good year ;)

(Source: topherchris)

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