Archive for April, 2008

Is it a bird? Is it a plane?

April 30, 2008

Frederik Bond a  director at Sonny, London has made a beautiful piece of work for JC Penny in America. I’d imagine the script was horribly sweet. But Frederik has handled it beautifully and it makes me smile.


April 29, 2008

Lei Wei is a chinese photographer and artist. Quite stunning series of pics. Found on Kanye’s blog, believe dat kids.

Wittle town

April 29, 2008

I know this technique isn’t knew and I know I have posted blogs about before, but there’s just something intriguing about this style of photography I love and also this is a whole new site dedicated to making the world a smaller place. City shrinker Nicked from Koopa.


April 29, 2008

A great collection of old 70’s logo’s on Flickr. Woo hoo.

Trapped in an elevator, living up when you’re going down

April 29, 2008

A time-lapse video of a man trapped in an elevator for 41 hours has become something of an Internet sensation after surveillance camera footage emerged after nearly a decade.
“After a certain period of time I knew that I was in pretty big trouble because it was the weekend,” said Nicholas White the thicko trapped in the lift. Thankfully the 41 hours have been edited to last just a few minutes now, but it just goes to show you what people will watch. This video has over 1.8 million hits on You Tube.

7:45 to Ikea

April 24, 2008

Ikea have decked out a train in Kobe, Japan to act as a moving showroom for their new store. Nice.


April 24, 2008

If like me you can’t make decisions, why not make a dice do all the hard work for you. I’m going outside now, woohoo.

Where’s Wally World

April 23, 2008

Melanie Coles an artist from The Canada has created a 55 foot high version of the Where’s Wally character (except she calls it Waldo?) and placed it on a rooftop in Vancouver. The idea being that when Google Earth comes along and takes a snap the world will be able to search for it.  This has got quite a bit of world press already check it out here.


April 22, 2008

Designer Kyle Bean (sounds made up) has made this piece as some sort of social comment on how we access our information through technology. Yawn. Looks good though and I found it on Kanye’s blog.


April 22, 2008