Axe Japan has examined women’s effects towards the AXE/LYNX scent, by having them wear a device that can detect and visualise their biological reaction. Weird and very Japanese. Fun!! Ohh and it’s FLASH – been a while since we’ve seen that!! Read more…
If you live in South Korea, than you’ve already used to finishing your grocery shopping at the subway platform. Now, take your shopping up a notch, or better yet, further down your commuter route: grocery shops are being set up in subway cars. Best part? A complete fresh meat refrigerator squeezed in for the evening rush hour.
Source: Rocket News 24
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The mobile app, Uber, has partnered with Afrojack, one of its celebrity advocates to highlight the VIP credentials of the service.
The idea is simple. As Afrojack is taken to his own event in a Bentley Flying Spur, Uber will add Afrojack’s ride to their app service for one hour. Users of the service will then be able to select the option to ride with the celebrity DJ and one lucky winner (plus a friend) will be selected and picked up by Afrojack and taken in the same car and given a VIP ride to, and VIP access at the dance event. Read more…
Parallax scrolling sites are the new (old) cool (and very annoying sites on mobile devices) but very few actually combine the tech of px scrolling with an idea. A comic book is ripe and this site does it very well. Read more…
Printed dictionaries are dying and we all know why. But does a modern language like English want to lose a authentic brand that helps stimulate the internet with new ideas with more credibility than twerking, vineographer or faping?
Sunshine Aquarium in Tokyo is a lovely place. The problem is, not a lot of people know this. Distracted by their everyday lives, they all but forgotten about the aquarium.
This is where the Japanese ad & PR agency called Hakuhodo comes in. Hakuhodo’s creative team took human distractibility as the starting point in coming up with their solution. The aquarium is only 1km (0.62miles) from the closes public transit station. Read more…
I love Ai WeiWei. This time around, he brought his installation, called Forever Bicycles, to the streets of downtown Toronto. Lit with pink and blue lights, the labyrinth-like installation is made up of bicycles stacked upon each other. Weiwei used 3,144 steel bikes to create the effect of blurred motion.
Enjoy this slow-mo dance by the notorious Japanese group World Order. To celebrate 2020 Tokyo Olympics, they employed their signature dancing style, singing about love, peace and hope and everything else Olympics is built on. Best part of the video, aside of dancing, is the unique tour of Tokyo landmarks.
Source: The Awesomer
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Tourism Victoria and BBDO Clemenger are giving people the chance to feel what it’s like to walk around and explore Melbourne this week thanks to the remote control tourist. Two people will be fully wired up with helmet-mounted cameras, microphones and GPS from 9 to 13 October ready to take requests via twitter or facebook.
IKEA is that friendly shop where you get cheap furniture from the inside of a giant, unending warehouse. Black metal is the kind of music that sounds like someone screaming while trapped inside a burning church. They each possess a fervent fan base. And to tell you the truth, the names of the furniture in IKEA sound a lot like the names of black metal bands. Consider this quiz an educational way to learn the difference between the two. Read more…
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