Student Lego Campaign
Italian Art Director Marco Sodano has created a series of posters to advertising lego with the concept that all Children are authentic artists with Lego.
@sophiapot I think I almost like these better than Nathan Sawaya’s.. Can’t stop imagining everything as Lego 😍
Beaut watch. Why so big, straps?
Fashion, Vogue UK December 2013
Photography by Rory Payne
Humlan | UrbanEars
There are times after we’ve eaten a burger when we look in the mirror and wonder, “How exactly did I get ketchup there!?” If you’re like us, and have a tendency to create stains like they were going out of style, the new Humlan headphones from Urbanears are for you. The headband and ear cushions can be removed and tossed right in the wash to spiffy them back up. You also get the Zound Plug (an Urbanears feature you may know about if you already have a pair of their cans) so you can share music instantly along with a mic and remote for calls. If you’re the kind of guy who guys through Tide to Go pens regularly, these should be your headphones.
Instantly improved by being able to pop in the wash. Such a simple feature!
Material: powder-coated steel
Dimensions: 660 x 415 x 315 mm and 500 x 350 x 270 mm
Photography: Copro Werbefotografie GmbH
The Reading Tables are a combination of the side table and magazine rack - a logical combination to resolve a problem in a simple and unobtrusive way. The central island is a practical surface for placing coffee, plates, sketchbook, or laptop. The area that wraps around is a storage space for books and magazines. The outside rim also serves as a bookmark when taking a break from reading. The Reading Tables are ideal for the living room, bedroom or waiting room, and comes in two sizes.
sophiapot I feel like the mermaid ones were made for you.
Incredibly clever advertising and creative direction from Ogilvy and Mather Columbia. Re-thinking the Coca Cola share campaign to transform the iconic bottle into a gift for the festive season. Love the simple yet intelligent use of the label to remain consistent with their current image on shelf, whilst adding intrigue and delight to the packaging experience in-use.
See more on Behance here.