Re-newed Illegal Advertising points at a new T-Mobile viral. Right after the successful Heathrow Airport welcome back flashmob, they’ve put another ‘feelgood at the airport’ video online. This time T-Mobile hooked up with Merton, better known as the chatroulette piano guy. He plays improvised personalised songs for people leaving the airport. Would have been nice to see more, but I like it.
On Monday 22nd the Swedish fashion brand H&M opened its flagship store in a monumental building in Amsterdam. As Ralph Lauren did with their stores in London and New York, H&M used 3D projections together with music in the opening ceremony.
A facebook book. Everyone has had this idea – but great to see it done so well. If anyone was lucky enough to get one please post/comment and show us.
I want one. Maybe some smart cookie can create an app for us to do it for us all?? Let us know?
Rockmelt aims to become a “Social Browser” by integrating your social life directly into your web browser’s interface to create one seamless experience no matter what website you are viewing. I’m not sure but check in and take a look.
This app invites you carve deep powder tracks down a fresh mountain, hit jumps, score points and unlock a line of advanced boards to get you thinking about Japan. Users can challenge friends or compete on the leaderboard.
The speed Camera Lottery is a new and wonderful action from Volkswagen’s Fun Theory:
Walt Disney Parks and Resorts Online contacted North Kingdom after they saw “Get the glass” and wanted them to work on a project with them and T.Rowe-Price. They wanted to create a fun game for kids that also teaches them about finance. Check it out…
The story of a man told through the facebook interface.
This one is a lovely one. The AACD (Association for the Assistance of Disabled Children) is a non-profit organization that has been providing assistance to people with disabilities for the last 60 years. It is the main treatment and research center, and probably the greatest Brazilian benchmark for the social inclusion of disabled people. Then, Agencia Click Isobar invited designers around the world to create Unique Types, very special versions of fonts inspired on the AACD children. All the fonts were created under Creative Commons and may be used freely and at no cost. Designers, Agencies, Advertisers and Media Vehicles worked together to implement the project, being the fonts created, used in advertising ads and published. Once they are published, part of the ad’s revenue goes to AACD.
The five colourful M&M’S spokescandies are looking for their outspoken brother, Red. Canadians will have a chance to win a red smart fortwo coupe by helping with the search in a new online promotion called Find Red created by Proximity Canada. The search begins on www.findred.ca, where participants can use a version of the Google Maps Street View API to look for three virtual Toronto locations where Red is hidden. To help with the search, the M&M’s characters will seed clues to Red’s whereabouts on various social media channels, including Facebook, where the brand has just launched a new M&M’s Canada fan page.
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