This Duracell Ultra print ad ‘Brings toys to life’ designed by Advertising Agency: Naga DDB of Malaysia, can be considered borderline creepy. Think Chucky creepy. In fact it’s too bad Chucky wasn’t actualy used for this, it would have been brilliant. This particular image probably wouldn’t go over too well here in PC America. Moms across the [...]
The Joy of Living exhibition is currently showing at Somerset House in London through March 21st and is spearheaded by designer Max Fraser. Max lost his mother in 2008 to cancer and wanted to progress mankind in it’s quest to cure the disease. In his bid to raise £50,000 for Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres, he asking over 100 designers, both [...]
From the folks over at Art of the Title comes this presentation video for the SXSW “Excellence in Title Design” competition screening. It shows a brief history of title design. Credits: Editor: Ian Albinson Music: RJD2 “Ghostwriter”
Behind the scenes look explaining the systems and concepts of the exhibition design of Brit Insurance Designs of the Year. Filmed by David Kohn Architects at the Design Museum.
An in-depth look into crime thriller game L.A. Noir via Gameplay Video Series #1: ‘Orientation’ and #2: ‘Investigation and Interrogation’. L.A. Noir is a crime thriller game set in Hollywood Golden Age (1947). Think Grand Theft Auto Meets the era of Al Capone. While we’re not a proponent of violence, you can’t find an adult [...]
You’ve never seen stuffed animals like this before. Adopting the idea of splicing together different parts to create new life, à la Frankstein comes a brilliant concept with Franken Toys. A growing collection of rescued toys which have been dismembered only to be re-membered as a new piece of art. Every repurposed toy has been hand sewn [...]
This simple yet to the point print ad for Lego from Miami Ad School Madrid, Spain sums up the famous building block toy perfectly. What the coolest thing you ever built with Legos? via