An innovative and original performance by the Japanese dance team „Wrecking Crew Orchestra” is going viral on the Internet. The troupe members are wearing dark specially-designed exoskeleton-like suits, parts of which emanate light.
The Tron-inspired dance, which they perform, with the suit-emitted light hitting the beat, brings a quite remarkable and mesmerizing show.
The new type of dance technology is ensured by the exoskeleton-like suits that emit light, which is remotely controlled.
An inventor from Israel – Izhar Gafni recently has presented a functioning bicycle, which is wholly made out of recycled cardboard with production costs equal to merely 9 USD. Continue reading … Riding an Origami Bike
Street artists Zebrating are an incredible duo from Mannheim, Germany. The word: “Zebrating” can be loosely translated to “making the zebra”, a phrase, which describes the duet’s artistic style. Zebrating work only on the image lattice stairs, fences, railings or other discontinued surface.
A simple, yet really mind captive commercial by McCann Oslo has been created for Norwegian Widerøe Airlines. The idea concept involves two people: a cute child and an old, but lively man. Continue reading … Granpa’s Magic Trick
Ebru is the Turkish art of paper-handling or marbling. The oldest known Ebru was founded in the 11th century. It shows that even at this time the art had reached perfection. According to scientists, it probably took many centuries to achieve the astounding quality of this art form. Ebru is the so old that to this day there are disputes on its origin. Some assume that Ebru appeared in India, and later was learnt by the Persians, who passed the knowledge over to the Ottomans – Turks. However, some say that its origin might ultimately lead back to the Chinese Tang dynasty document that mentions a process of coloring paper on water with five hues. Continue reading … Ebru – The Art Of Drawing On The Water
A bright and original New Year’s creativity brought to you by VVL BBDO. Millions of Tweets are sent around the holidays, especially on New Year’s Eve. Bearing this in mind, a Belgian agency VVL BBDO decided to bring the wishes together and turn them into music. Wanting to start 2012 on a high note, the agency created a campaign to unite people all over the world. If you allegedly combine “tweets” and “wishes”, “Best Wishes!” New Year greeting becomes “Best Tweeshes!”. #Tweeshes! for short and simple. Continue reading … Best Tweeshes!
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