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1 year ago
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JORDAN CP3.VI: Cut Through L.A


For the CP3.VI launch, we created a live “frozen” moment using a chain of Chris Paul doubles in Venice Beach, CA. What unfolds is a unique traction story of how CP3 cuts through L.A. http://www.nike.com/jumpman23/cp3vi/

1 year ago
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tshirtOS is world’s first programmable Tshirt

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Lovely bit of fashion geekery from Work Club, Cutecirctuit and Ballantine’s. TshirtOS is the world’s first wearable, sharable, programmable t-shirt. A working, digital t-shirt that can be programmed by an iOS app to do whatever you can think of.

tshirtOS is world’s first programmable Tshirt

August 2, 2012 at 7:16 by Tim comments

Lovely bit of fashion geekery from Work Club, Cutecirctuit and Ballantine’s. TshirtOS is the world’s first wearable, sharable, programmable t-shirt. A working, digital t-shirt that can be programmed by an iOS app to do whatever you can think of.

Rather than me retelling everything that is said in the video, watch it here please.

And if you want to own one of these programmable tshirtOS, head on over to Ballantine’s facebook page. Answer the question: “How will you Leave An Impression with tshirtOS?”

1 year ago
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The art of filming baking

Probably the most beautiful filmed recipe you’ve ever seen. “Sweet” work by french filmmaker, Thomas Blanchard, who shows us how to bake Plum Cake. You can see it, you can smell it, you can even taste it.

1 year ago
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Amazing Ted Talk presentation | Marco Tempest: The electric rise and fall of Nikola Tesla

http://www.ted.com Combining projection mapping and a pop-up book, Marco Tempest tells a visually arresting story about Nikola Tesla — called “the greatest geek who ever lived” — from his triumphant invention of alternating current to his penniless last days.

TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world’s leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Featured speakers have included Al Gore on climate change, Philippe Starck on design, Jill Bolte Taylor on observing her own stroke, Nicholas Negroponte on One Laptop per Child, Jane Goodall on chimpanzees, Bill Gates on malaria and mosquitoes, Pattie Maes on the “Sixth Sense” wearable tech, and “Lost” producer JJ Abrams on the allure of mystery. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design, and TEDTalks cover these topics as well as science, business, development and the arts. Closed captions and translated subtitles in a variety of languages are now available on TED.com, at http://www.ted.com/translate

If you have questions or comments about this or other TED videos, please go to http://support.ted.com

1 year ago
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Video of the day: What makes a great story?

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An inspiring video to start the week: American director and documentary producer Ken Burns shares his point of view on what makes a great story. A superb short documentary on the craft of storytelling. A great story goes beyond the obvious 1+1=2, a good lesson to keep in mind also if you work in advertising.

1 year ago
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Art Director’s Club of Canada “Love/Hate”

This campaign was created by Leo Burnett Toronto for the Art Director’s Club of Canada. Advertising creates this love/hate dichotomy…

1 year ago
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Sony Screen Story

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As part of Sony’s global brand campaign Make.Believe, Japanese creative lab Party has created a pretty awesome TV commercial taken in one, continuous shot. The film, which tells the story of a woman from her childhood the birth of her son, was created with over 70 performers using more than 200 devices.

2 years ago
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Intermission: You’ve Never Seen Childhood Photos Like These

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If there was an award for “Most Creative Dad,” it would go straight to Jason Lee, whose daughters have bragging rights to the coolest collection of childhood photos we’ve ever seen. Since 2006, Lee’s been posting delightfully creative photos onto a blog devoted entirely his two daughters, Kristin and Kayla. Lee not only posts whimsical and adorable photos of his girls, finding clever ways to celebrate everything from holidays to Angry Birds, but also shares gorgeous portraits from significant events in their lives. For more of Lee’s work, check out his Flickr page.   

GOOD: What inspired you to create your blog in 2006?

JASON LEE: In 2006, my mother was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma. The girls were constantly sick, with colds and coughs so I couldn’t always bring them to visit her. I started a blog as a way to keep my mom up-to-date with things that were going on in their lives, and hoping to cheer her up with pictures. It kind of just grew from there, and as the kids got older and crazier, so did some of the pictures.

GOOD: What’s your general creative process?

Lee: I come up with ideas based on things the girls do or say. It can be anything from activities they are involved in, to day-to-day life. I try to pre-visualize before any shooting takes place. 

GOOD: Do you have any personal favorites?

LEE: One of my favorite images is of them enjoying their first sunset at the beach. I remember vividly the moments leading up to the sunset, as the girls had never actually sat still long enough to appreciate something like this. They sat there in awe, and we counted down the moments as the sun set.  

GOOD: How long does each shoot generally take?

LEE: Shooting only takes a minute or two, and setup takes anywhere from 15 minutes to 45 minutes per shoot. Some shoots take longer than others, setting up lighting and props take the longest. 

GOOD: Have parents asked you to take photos of their kids after seeing your photos? Any plans to move that direction?

LEE: I definitely get interest in these creative sessions, and have photographed other kids (and adults). I really enjoy weddings at this time, but who knows what the future will bring.

2 years ago
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Sesame Street: OK Go - Three Primary Colors

Mix it up with OK Go! Then, come color with the new “OK Go Color” game at Sesame Street: http://www.sesamestreet.org/game_player/-/pgpv/gameplayer/0/a9782266-50cb-415…

For more fun games and videos for your preschooler in a safe, child-friendly environment, visit us at http://www.sesamestreet.org

Sesame Street is a production of Sesame Workshop, a nonprofit educational organization which also produces Pinky Dinky Doo, The Electric Company, and other programs for children around the world.

2 years ago
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PressPausePlay: The Digital Revolution Film

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“PressPausePlay” the award winning SXSW film that has been screened at more than 30 film festivals around the globe. It depicts the digital revolution of the last decade, and the way that technology has opened creativity to each and every one of us…

The film features interviews with thought leaders from different creative spectrums such as Moby, Robyn, Olafur Arnalds, Seth Godin, Sean Parker, Behance founder Scott Belsky, Jonas Woost of LastFM, author Andrew Keen and many more. All sharing their own view of how digitalization has changed the creative industry… Watch the full film here…

2 years ago
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Deadlines

Café Creative Golden Drum 2011 shortlist

2 years ago
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Mentos monsters vs Aerobics - maybe
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Mentos’ new line of gum really puts the choice in your hands. The gum  comes in a pack that has two flavors — it’s your choice which one you  want to take. The site follows a similar “Up to You” theme with four  pairs of films that run in parallel to each other. In one scenario,  visitors can decide between being a “Hip Hop Superstar” with Naughty by  Nature, or an astronaut. In another, they can either take part in a  Japanese Game Show or run from zombies. The unique interface allows  users to toggle seamlessly between the two scenarios. A central menu  holds all the different combinations of films, each representing one  flavor of the Mentos gum. Check the site out here

Mentos monsters vs Aerobics - maybe

Description adverblog

Mentos’ new line of gum really puts the choice in your hands. The gum comes in a pack that has two flavors — it’s your choice which one you want to take. The site follows a similar “Up to You” theme with four pairs of films that run in parallel to each other. In one scenario, visitors can decide between being a “Hip Hop Superstar” with Naughty by Nature, or an astronaut. In another, they can either take part in a Japanese Game Show or run from zombies. The unique interface allows users to toggle seamlessly between the two scenarios. A central menu holds all the different combinations of films, each representing one flavor of the Mentos gum.

Check the site out here

2 years ago
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thitime:

INKLING BY WACOM

Wacom introduces Inkling, a new digital sketch pen that captures a digital likeness of your work while you sketch with its ballpoint tip on any sketchbook or standard piece of paper.

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2 years ago
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‘Masterpieces’ by Georg Jensen featuring Alfredo Häberli

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A great video animation celebrating the process of design. Creative director Thomas Lykke of OeO was put in charge of making a film showing the creative process of Alfredo Häberli as he designs a range of kitchen accessories for Georg Jensen, launched at this year’s Salone del Mobile.

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2 years ago
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Power Lines: The ABCs of Steve Jobs

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It takes five regular CEOs to make one Steve Jobs. Adweek’s Ki Mae Heussner explains.

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