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The world is full of creativity, and just when you think you have seen it all, somebody comes up with something even better!
Watch Emirates’ crew demonstrate their “safety video” in front of 65,000 Benfica fans, with a twist… Great job! Clearly one of the best marketing campaigns we will see all this year!
London-based photographer Rich McCor decided to try being a tourist in his own city in one rather unique way. Rich took photos of London’s landmarks, and then, mixed things up a bit, mostly by using intricate paper cutouts to transform the sights into something else. He started by giving the 156 year-old Big Ben a modern update and turning it into a wristwatch:
…and here, he is cracking open a bottle of fizz at Tower Bridge: Read More →
Big girls cry music trio models video of lip singing sketchSHE are back with a new car jam and this time they’re nude!
A group of friends have created a hilarious lip sync medley that sees them skip through seven decades of music and ends with the trio getting completely topless. Calling themselves SketchSHE, the models-turned-comedy act from Sydney have created the second ‘car jam’ clip after their first attempt at singing Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody went viral with over 18 million YouTube views.
Shae-Lee Shackleford, Lana Kington, and Madison Lloyd, debuted their latest ‘Mime Through Time’ sketch – but this time they decided to go topless.Racing through the years from The Andrews Sisters’ 1941 hit Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, to Britney Spears’ classic 90s track Hit Me Baby One More Time, the three girls gave a sample of how music has changed over the decades.
But when they got to Miley Cyrus’ controversial hit Wrecking Ball they decided to get racy, by stripping completely naked in a bid to recreate Miley’s raunchy music video.
Discover a different city — one not found in guidebooks, but lived by locals. Sneak into alleys with local hideaways. Visit an underground bar with a secret entrance. And discover a place you can truly belong. It all begins when you stay in a different home.
Airbnb has teamed up with TBWA\Singapore for its latest campaign “A different Paris” to target the Asian markets.
The campaign leads with a 60 seconds film, which features a Chinese heroine reminiscing about the time she spent exploring Paris thanks to the recommendations from her Airbnb host. Her memories of the “real Paris” are brought to life in a stunning visual execution using a zoetrope, one of the oldest pre-film animation devices.
A Different Paris
Behind the Scenes: A Different Paris
Take a behind the scenes look into the making of Airbnb’s latest film, “A Different Paris”. The production team took one of the oldest forms of storytelling and paired it with modern 3-D printing technology, creating a magical film that captures the craft and amusement a classic zoetrope can bring.
The handmade 3D zoetrope goes from drawing board to finished structure within a period of three weeks and was furnished with an estimated 11,256 parts that include 1,476 figurines to create the illusion of seamless motion.
Watch the behind-the-scenes here: