The opening sequence to the movie “Melancholia.” Absolutely breath taking. Each shot is beautiful (as was the movie).
“Hunger Pains” is a photo series by Ted Sebarese. Sebarese explains:
"Each model’s clothing in the series was made entirely of real food and depicts a meal that the person was craving. This project was shot in January of 2009 (pre Lady Gaga). 15 designers, led by Ami Goodheart of SOTO Productions, were involved and each garment took hours to cook, create and assemble. The artichoke gown was designed by Daniel Feld and Wesley Nault of Project Runway fame. It took over 6 hours to finish (the model stood the entire time while they attached each, individual leaf)."
Just when you think fashion has done it all something like this comes along.
Google’s ad “Know Before You Go” encourages people to use the google street view feature before booking a hotel. These three clever examples show a hotel next to a sex shop, a hotel surrounded by a graveyard, and a hotel next to a power station. The hotels may not advertise their surroundings for good reason, but google implores you to find that out for yourself!
Twinings, the British tea brand, is encouraging women to rediscover themselves with “Gets You Back To You”, a beautifully animated commercial set. The commercial, features a woman crossing a sea to find herself.
The animation in this campaign is breathtaking and the message is simple yet straightforward.
To create this unique font project, it took two typographers (Pierre and Damien from plmd.me) and a pro race pilot (Stef van Campenhoudt). The car movements were tracked using a custom software, designed by interactive artist Zachary Lieberman.
Not only is this an innovative way to make a typeface but it’s actually an excellently designed set!
Finally, someone to explain me rugby rules, hahaahah. thanks AXE ;)
Lynx releases a commercial explaining how rugby works. Lynx is the female product version of the popular deodorant Axe
"Times of India" and Indian newspaper ran this ad for their classifieds section. The ad shows a busy street of Mumbai and in the style of a classifieds page labels everything the street has to offer, from yoga classes to cricket to dentists to cooking courses. The clever ad has the tagline "Find everything in one place. Made for a nation of a billion people, each wanting a billion different things."
Audi launched the Audi A8 L with this “Advanced State of Mind” campaign that was made for 3D (2D version above). It also has ipad and online features. The 2D commercial alone is quite breath taking, I can only imagine what the experience must be in 3D.
I have to say, it’s a breath of fresh air seeing car ads starting to veer away from the standard “car on an open road” type of commercial.