There's a double-sided poster available at GameStop. Oh, imagine the unintentional fun you could have when you put it up, say, to cover a hole in the wall. Ridiculous fun to get out what is essentially a small promotion at the retail level.
Nothing beats winning at home is the takeaway from this inspiring spot from the Instituto Ayrton Senna. If you're not familiar, Senna was one of the greatest F1 drivers ever, whose life was sadly cut short in a horrible crash.
Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter have all vowed to respond to online hate speech in less than twenty-four hours."as part of a joint commitment with the European Union to combat the use of social media by terrorists,"
Helsinki Region Transportation has some new card readers that are touch sensitive or perfect for groups. This print (and French headlines) put the concept over the sensual top, reminding me of perfume ads. But it also makes sense conceptually, as the new card readers are from France. Very silly. I love it.
Daniel Brown is a director, writer, and storyteller. He has cultivated an eclectic approach, drawing inspiration from film and music to literature and design. Daniel has a way of bending reality, indulging it with bits of fantasy and reverie.
The thing about becoming a parent is that for nine months, you have all sorts of ideas about what is growing in that belly. A boy? A girl? Green eyes? Looks like you? Looks like their grandfather? Abstract minded? Creative? Sporty? Outgoing? Introvert? A writer? A singer?