The Taiko Drum Machine (0)

Tuesday, August 22, 2006 by , under , , , , , ,














This is a little Flash animation I've Stumbled Upon. While initially I was about to click away from it, I found myself drawn into the music and imagery, and the whole thing was so captivating that I soon became a shadow of my former self. A slice of roast beef. This is how good it is.



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PacMan. What a game. (0)

Tuesday, August 22, 2006 by , under

So simple. Even chimps could play it, and score big. Check this out.



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WindDose: Natural Body Booster (0)

Tuesday, August 22, 2006 by , under

Audacious art direction, but nevertheless, very clear message on this ad for WindDose Energy Drink (WindDose. A-HA! Nice try, Bill Gates. But we've found your little energy drink scheme.) From the folks at Ogilvy Belgium. (Thanks again, Twenty Four!)





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Meiji Milk: Running scared (0)

Tuesday, August 22, 2006 by , under

The copy reads: "Snacks taste better with Meiji". While the principle behind the concept has been seen a few times, I like the executions. From BBDO Singapore. (Thanks, Twenty Four!)





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Berlin Ohne-Scheiss (0)

Tuesday, August 22, 2006 by , under

Berlin Ohne-Scheiss or "Berlin Without Shit" is a project created by a graphic designer living in Berlin, Alejandro Lecuna. Its goal: to attract attention upon Berlin's most prominent dog poo problem. Here's an excerpt from the press release you may find on Alejandro's site, Lecu.de, in the "blurred" section.

"The Ohne Scheiss Project is a grass-roots effort focused on arousing solidarity between pedestrians to help them overcome the dog shit left by some Berliner dog owners. The idea is to mark and limit dog shit with florescent shapes, so that other pedestrians become aware of the potential danger ahead. The concerned pedestrian needs only to rip off the shape and lay it on the sidewalk so it encircles the offending area. Allegoric and visually pleasing shapes make use of popular humor to express personal opinions about the issue in discussion (holy shit! hot-shit, dirty-shit, shit!...)".

Very scatologic. I like the idea. I love the pictures.



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