eyeball Designs “John Lennon: The Bermuda Tapes” Interactive Album App

Strategic creative agency eyeball recently contributed its comprehensive design and production talents to “John Lennon: The Bermuda Tapes,” an interactive album app that chronicles the former Beatle's life-changing trip to Bermuda in June 1980.

The app, created for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, is now available exclusively on the App Store ( Net proceeds from the sales of the app will support WhyHunger and its “Imagine There’s No Hunger” campaign. It is currently the #1 app in Music for the iPad.


Finnish Radio station launches via animated GIFs

Fun idea from our Finnish Friends 358 Helsinki. is a station aimed at the young social media loving music lovers. They called the station Loop, was a sarcastic take on the idea that popular radio plays the same thing over and over again.

The website's gallery has 70 GIF's in its collection. A few feature well known Finnish performers.
But the really cool part is you can synch them to the beat of the music.


Home Depot spends all day apologizing for chimp-tweet

Home Depot on twitter is spending most of their work day apologizing for sending out the tweet above, where the question is: "Which drummer is not like the others?" and not "what were they thinking?". The three drummers are two black men, and one person wearing a chimp halloween mask. Not a monkey mask, chimps are apes. It took around ten seconds before twitter erupted in a collective all caps fest, and the office pool on how fast that social media person will get fired is already at twohundred dollars.


The Recording Industry: fiddling while Rome burns.

In a few short days, we’ll see the first annual Youtube Music Awards with Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Eminem, and more. Jason Schwartzman and Reggie Watts are hosting and Spike Jonze is directing.

Jonze is quoted in a Rolling Stone interview as saying: “This is not a red carpet, fancy, pre-packaged, pre-produced thing. I like the idea of making it about music and videos as opposed to everybody getting dressed up."


World's first banner ad still performs really well.

Remember the AT&T "You will" campaign? The one that had the worlds first banner ad with it?


Google can use your +1s in ads

You might want to have a look at your shared endorsement settings on G+, as Google will start to share your +1s as displays in Google Ads.


M&C Stockholm makes really smart banners for LG

To promote LG’s new smart phone G2, M&C Saatchi Sotckholm created mobile banners that detect what kind of phone the user had, and then compared it to the LG and LG2. The ads appeared on Scandinavian HTCs, Samsungs and iPhones. Too bad the ads didn't feature their name, too.


A classic idea to promote Burt's Bees Classics.

Using Vine, they Baldwin& created six second versions of classic novels like "20,000 Leagues Under The Sea" and "Little Women." All in stop motion, of course, because Vine. WHy did they do this? To promote Burt's Bees classic line up, silly!

According to the Press Release, there are others that haven't been produced yet. Like "Gulliver’s Travels,” “Metamorphosis,” “Moby Dick,” “The Scarlet Letter,” “Julius Caesar,

Pfft. Lemme know when they do "Gravity's Rainbow," or "Naked Lunch."


Facebook create "free wi-fi" logins at physical stores, just pay with your privacy

Well well, aren't they clever? To help local businesses give free wi-fi service to their customers without having to type any annoying passwords or click andy "I agree" buttons, facebook offers wi-fi login, as long as you log-in via facebook. And now they know where you be shopping at in real life too!


Honda stalks snacks on twitter to show off vacuum. Snacks stalk back!

Honda have been amusing themselves on twitter to tell snacks off with images of their built-in vacuum sucking up everything like a sweet-starved kid at a birthday party. Meanwhile the snack-brands are talking back, and now everyone knows there's a vacuum in a Honda.

Taco Bell had to jump in too, with the worst old vacuum joke ever.