March 12, 2012
German artist Martin Klimas took porcelain fighting figures and let them “fight”.
The photos were taken just when the figurines shattered after being dropped – the sound of the breakage set off the camera shutter and the results are stunning. It really looks like they are fighting.
Here are some more:
Head over to his site to see more of them and his other work.
November 18, 2011
Amnesia Razorfish has a new Creative Director – meet Jay Morgan.
This much we know: Jay was formerly National Digital Creative Director at Southern Cross Austereo, he roasts his own coffee beans and (perhaps surprisingly considering point two) is a really nice guy.
You can read some more about Jay’s appointment on AdNews or follow him on Twitter.
April 15, 2011
then maybe you should try and get hired at Inventionland – no I am not kidding, this place really exists.
I have seen some cool workplaces in the past, just think about Google Headquarter or the old Amnesia office next to the brothel , but George Davison really put some effort into this place.
He created multiple different environments for his employees to get the creative juices flowing – e.g. work on a Pirate Ship
It seems to be working too as they are pumping out over 2000 inventions per year.
Here are some more of their workplaces
the concept kitchen
the race track
or the tree house
You Can check it out here, but be warned they have some weird theme song on their site
or check out their flickr stream here
September 16, 2010
When a new bit of tech is released it’s always fun to see what crazy/creative new things people can do with it. Dentsu London, in collaboration with BERG have produced a short film exploring the idea of “Making future magic” using the iPad to “paint” 3D objects in the air and bring it all together with long-exposure photography.
Watch the video. They explain it better.
February 15, 2010
We’re after a creative to come up with brilliant digital ideas.
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September 25, 2009
Our Media Director @michaelb send around this useful tool that he got from our German office in Frankfurt.
This little tool will find you Creative Commons licensed Flickr photos according to a colour code you enter. It’s really nice, simple and might save you a couple of minutes before your next presentation.
They also show a real sense of humour when you want way too colourful pictures
The tools is here – so enjoy!