Short film on the dangers of texting and driving, by German director Werner Herzog, a collaboration with AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile.
This is a Russian tampon commercial that goes straight to the point, without using “those difficult days of the month”, “sensitive area” and women being skeptical about going to their office with their beige tight skirts. Perfect for this time of the year!
German media company Sky Deutschland is proposing to transmit adverts via train windows so that the sound appears to “come from inside the user’s head” when passengers lean against them.
The idea would use bone conduction technology, a technique that transmits sound to the inner ear by passing vibrations through the skull.
Horror-themed restaurants, bars and clubs are nothing new, and they’re cropping up all over the world (the H.R. Giger Bar in Switzerland is built on the Alien designer’s creepy biomechanical artwork)
But the owners of Cambiare, a new Italian bar & grill located in Tokyo’s “Golden Gai” district in Shinjuku (a heaven for Tokyo nightlife), have now made their mark with the first club to base their look and design on Dario Argento’s 1977 horror classic Suspiria, well-known for its sumptuous sets, innovative lighting and oh so Technicolor blood.
Cambiare just set up their Facebook page this week, so drop by and keep watch for more updates and images.
Open Switzerland is a conceptual design project by BaseGVA in collaboration with SUMO interactive, where the initiative, comprising provocative, rethought, iconic Swiss imagery, an interactive website and a custom-made «neutral» typeface, launches a debate about what it means to challenge a country’s identity and, in doing so, its very reason for being.
Visit full gallery + make your own poster, here.
The design -inspired by the architectural values of the building hosting the events- offers various morphological properties. Besides the full or half version of the kiosk, user can easily create different types of desks or stands, according to function and location, by subtracting or adding certain parts.
Designs and model photos following.
Major movies storylines summarized and illustrated using minimalist pictogram timelines by Milan based advertising studio H-57 (Matteo Civaschi & Gianmarco Milesi), as part of the book Life in Five Seconds.
More similar works by H-57 are published in Shortology, a project including illustrations as well as internet virals (check Shortology’s youtube channel here).