BETC, just released General Graffiti, a book celebrating 40 years of street art in Paris. The book was written by street artist Karim Boukercha with photographs like the ones above by Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre.
Fun idea. Dutch band Allstars fooled Shazam into thinking they were Avicii, Rihanna and other bands. Not only does it give them more exposure than it would if they'd been another ignored band on Spotify, but they also Shazam look stupid by not being able to tell the difference. Win wn.
Yes, this is real. And yes, I am thirteen. The South Dakota Department of Public Safety -tee hee-- pulled -- tee hee -- its new public service campaign encouraging drivers not to jerk the steering wheel on icy roads after people complained that the ad contained double entendres.
Every year, Edinburgh based ad agency Whitespacers, creates a different, shall we say, conceptual Christmas card. One year they created a giant train set with a mounted live cam that could was operational via Twitter. Pretty fun.
Had enough sweetness yet? Teeth starting to ache from all the sugar? Well prepare yourself for an emergency trip to the dentist - the final ad for Thinkbox's 'Harvey the Dog' will premier in the UK on Boxing Day.
Pharma company Pfizer just launched a mobile game app for its ChapStick brand. Basically your job is to sort and ship the products to make sure everyone gets their lip balm in time for the dead of winter.