• 11.06.2012
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Dream World of a Baby

Adele Enersen. Mila's Daydreams

Adele Enersen – a copywriter and a young mother from Helsinki created an interesting photo project, called: “When my baby dreams”.

For most mothers, a baby nap is a long-awaited time, when they can finally relax or take care of urgent issues around the house. Adele Enersen, however, uses these moments to develop her creative potential, which she cannot exercise in her profession, while on maternity leave taking care of her daughter Mila. Continue reading … Dream World of a Baby

100 Years Of Style In 100 Seconds

The amusing and interesting short video was created to commemorate the grand opening of Westfield Stratford City, the largest urban shopping center in Europe. The Viral Factory produced an original and fun short, called 100 Years / Style / East London.

The clip describes a century of fashion and dancing styles in East London, from September 13, 1901, to September 13, 2011. A well-known British composer Tristin Norwell took a single music track and changed the main theme in order for it to fit the different time periods.

The movie clip is directed by Jake Lunt and shot for four days in various East London locations. The video rapidly goes through different styles from the 20s to the present day, and apart from the effective synergy of music, dance and clothes, a careful selection of props and locations brings pleasure to the eye.

  • 28.03.2012
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Coffee Cup Art


In this video, an artist painter from Shanghai named Hong Yi drew a portrait of her idol singer with a bottom-stained coffee cup. While listening to the song of a popular Taiwanese singer Jay Chou, a 26-year-old Hong Yi was drinking her morning coffee. The song’s lyrics began with a mentioning of a coffee cup. Hong Yi has accidentally put the cup on the white tablecloth, instead of the saucer, leaving a brown stain on the white cloth. The artist was inspired by the idea of ​​drawing a portrait of the singer with a bottom staine

  • 19.03.2012
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Full Circle


This video is a creative collaboration between film-maker Callum Cooper, sound artist John Kassab and Klezinski, a multi-disciplinary design practice based in London and Melbourne. The clip itself is shot with a camera attached to a moving “jump-rope-like” device, thus covering a full circle equal to 360°. The actor, location and scene change with each passage of 360°. The video was created as a showcase of Klezinski’s hand-crafted fashion clothing and accessories.

  • 13.02.2012
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Romantic declaration of love

Just in time for Valentine’s Day a notebook brand – Field Notes created a touching movie clip, promoting its red blooded hand printed notebook, specifically released for February 14th.  A loving husband has prepared an unusual greeting for his wife Tracie on Valentine’s Day. To do this, he turned the new Field Notes red notebook into a sentimental love letter. Valentine’s Day marketing nowadays lacks the emotional core, the abundance of red hearts in every Valentine’s Day advertisement becomes disturbing. A touching commercial like this can bring new ideas on how to create unusual greetings of your most beloved and let them know you love them. Even if you don’t say it.

  • 10.01.2012
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Tapes Do Magic

Max Zorn creates something out of barely nothing – brown packing tape and a scalpel. The technique is all about taping several layers of tape. Each layer is precisely changed with a scalpel thus creating an image of art. Max began this last year in Amsterdam and made several works of art in Portugal and Spain, Germany and other countries worldwide.

  • 12.10.2011
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Webcam House

Webcam House Ryuji Nakamura

Consumers can buy houses for dogs, Barbie dolls, parrots and now even for their webcams. The paper house is for your personal computer webcam. The small abode is set-up over a webcam built into a computer’s monitor. It’s designed in Japan by architect Ryuji Nakamura. It also has an interior design: small windows, table and chairs to make it more comfy inside. So each webcam picture becomes a piece of art. Here you see yourself becoming small and big at the same time. Continue reading … Webcam House

Pencil vs. Camera

Have you ever tried to squeeze the sun with your two fingers? Maybe held your wife in your palm. The laws of physics allow our eyes to see big objects really small. This idea is a team work of a camera and a pencil. Watch this example here.

Two In Love

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  • 28.06.2011
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Robo-Rainbow

If you see something like this on your street, you would probably surprised . The idea of the Robo Rainbow is about a mobile mechanical device that paints rainbows – for making the world a more beautiful place.

The device is controlled by a panel. It is fully automatic and can be attached to a bicycle. When the place is right the device colors the surface with different paint sprays. In the end you get nice painting on someones wall.

  • 04.05.2011
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Balloon Flipbook

To pop a balloon is a dream of every kid. The sound is great and pieces of rubber flying all around. A balloon has also a very good surface for writing something with a marker or a highlighter. So MTV presented an ad idea using all these great balloon opportunities. They took hundreds of them, drove images on each, then popped them fast (with a sharp object) and videotaped that. This is what they got!

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