Nice campaign using a mashup of Twitter, Google Maps and real world prizes.
Brilliant BoingBoing video which reminds you what it’s like to die in old computer games. All set to an 8-bit Mad World. Fab.
A new exhibition at Bowdoin College showcases pop-up books—for children and adults—from the Harold M. Goralnick (Class of ’71) Pop-up Book Collection. The exhibition, which is open to the public free of charge, is located on the second floor of Bowdoin’s Hawthorne-Longfellow Library and runs through June 5, 2011. Incredible craft. I used to love… Continue reading Pop-ups! They’re Not JUST for Kids
Brilliant short film, recently nominated for the Virgin Media Shorts Grand Prix. Ben holds a sign for a living, and loves his job more than almost anything. But today is his last day. Lovely.
For the relaunch of 13th Street Universal in Germany they developed a mobile based, interactive real life game. Nice use of a lot of mobile technology. AR. location, gyroscope. Not sure about this ‘outernet‘ malarky though.
Great mix of art, brand and social in one projects for Absolut Vodka. Writing with light has been around for some time now, but this project managed to connect and engage with the audience going beyond the aesthetics of the trick itself. via @realadverblog.
A project which allows laptops or phones in close proximity to be ganged together to form a large display. Developed by the MIT Center for Future Civic Media.
Experience the game as Mario sees it. Nintendo should make this.
More droplet loveliness.