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[Click here to view the video in this article] The graham cracker brand Honey Maid has teamed up with the agency Droga5 to create a series of ads that celebrate the different types of fathers in various American families.
[Click here to view the video in this article] To show that their lingerie is too hot to handle, German lingerie company Blush set a billboard on fire, literally.
Located in the Hyogo Prefecture of Sanda City, Japan, the Future Sweets Factory is a special place reserved only for children aged 12 and under.
[Click here to view the video in this article] London-based artist Joseph Begley has created a lamp that is shaped like a human butt, which switches on and lights up when the user slaps or squeezes it.
[Click here to view the video in this article] ‘Nailsnaps’ is a new beauty app that lets users transform their favorite Instagram photos into one-of-a-kind nail polish stickers.
Think of New York City and all sorts of guides on where to find the best pizza, cocktails and steakhouses come to mind.
[Click here to view the video in this article] To bring people closer together and provide relief from the cold, Duracell—with the help of agency Cossette Toronto—launched a campaign called ‘Moments of Warmth’.
[Click here to view the video in this article] College Humor has created a video called ‘Photoshop Has Gone Too Far’ that shows a model getting un-photoshopped, with an unexpected ending.
Multi-media artist Babak Hosseiny has collaborated with photographer Jeffrey Vanhoutte in a disturbing photo illustration series entitled ‘Ô les mains’.
Belgian furniture company Mathy by Bols has come up with an incredibly fun collection of children’s beds in the shape of cabins, treehouses and tents.
To help aspiring entrepreneurs get their businesses off the ground, the City of Seoul in South Korea has set up HUB, a free co-working facility that is supported financially by the municipality.
In a beautiful and thought-provoking series, Canadian photographer Benoit Paillé goes off the beaten track to photograph ‘Rainbow Gatherings’, which are temporary intentional communities living alternative lifestyles, typically held in places hidden from civilisation.
[Click here to view the video in this article] An animator who goes by the pseudonym of Monsieur Caron has created a LEGO-made couch gag for The Simpsons.
Tumblr blog “I Might Be Dead Tomorrow” documents “a collection of self-portraits exploring issues of anxiety and depression”—surprisingly, the illustrations published on the site are often cute and amusing in a wry manner.
[Click here to view the video in this article] “Legendary” notebook-maker Moleskine has expanded its product range with a line of wallets, passport holders and bags that is designed for users who are “always on the move”.
An unknown prankster has been going around New York City ‘clownifying’ subway and outdoor ads by giving them clown nose sticker additions.
[Click here to view the video in this article] To promote Audi’s pre sense plus hazard detection system, German ad agency thjnk created a billboard with an optical illusion to show that people overlook “obvious hazards” on the road.
[Click here to view the video in this article] IKEA Singapore teamed up with BBH Asia Pacific for its ‘IKEA Bedroom Stories’ campaign to give people’s bedrooms a makeover.
Argentinian street artist Mart creates large scale bicycle murals that bring whimsy and color to the neighborhoods that they are painted in.