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What Chinese Medicine Skateboard

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The difference between Art Director and Copy Writer

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Rock n pee by Guitar Pee Interactive Urinals

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Collections of Clever Double Page Magazine Ads

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Sushi and Art

In the mood for some designer sushi? Check out this incredible work for Umino Seaweed by I&S BBDO Tokyo, which uses laser-cut seaweed to create traditional Japanese patterns so your sushi can be wrapped beautifully. The project was to help the Japanese company rebuild after the tsunami and earthquake, and won the best of show design lotus at Adfest in Pattaya, Thailand.
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Boobstagram Fights Breast Cancer with Pictures of Breasts

This may just be the ultimate example of a breast cancer awareness effort using the borrowed interest of sex to get attention. However pulling photographs of ample boobs from Instagram and posting them to their website is an excellent way to do so, breast cancer awareness shouldn’t be reserved solely for the month of October, and a new French site has devised a genius, if slightly NSFW and time-wasting way to put it at the front of people’s minds. Behold Boobstagram, a site that boasts the tag line “showing your breasts on the web is good, showing them to your doctor is better” and pulls Instagram photos of breasts in the hopes they will spur women to take preventative action. More than 6,500 people have already “Liked” the site’s Facebook page, and not surprisingly, many seem to be guys. Here’s hoping they pull themselves away from the site long enough to share its message with the women in their lives.
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Live Augmented Reality by National Geographic

A very nice ambient advertising by Appshaker for the National Geographic channel. They found a way for people to interact with the amazing world of their client by using the principles of augmented reality, in which people could immerse themselves in different scenes with dinosaurs, leopards, dolphins, and more. The live event occurred in a Hungarian mall, resulting in the participation of thousands of people who shared pictures and videos on Facebook.
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The Real Cookbook by Korefe

The Real Cookbook from German design agency Korefe is a delicious creation made of 100% fresh pasta. Flip it open for some toothsome inspiration, and tear out the pages to use as sheets of lasagna. For both the seasoned chef and the novice cook, just bake the book and eat!
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Novartis Reflections Campaign

Created by talented American photographer Tom Hussey these advertising posters are dedicated to new Novartis drug called the Exelon Patch. Exelon is a transdermal patch used to help people with memory problems and daily living challenges associated with Alzheimer’s disease. These images show how patients with Alzheimer’s see their younger self. Campaign includes several posters and each of them is great.
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B-Reel 2011 Showreel

B-Reel is a hybrid production company with offices in Los Angeles, New York, London and Stockholm that specializes in digital production for web, mobile, physical installations and other media. Here is their 2011 showreel that combines the works and campaigns they have done 2011.
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The New York Times: Turkish Edition

This is our one minute advertisement for the launch of Turkish Edition of The New York Times.
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The best 3D Projection Mapping

This is just super! On Thursday March 10, Hot Wheels™ lit up Circular Quay, showcasing groundbreaking 3D projection technology at Customs House in Sydney, Australia. In a spine tingling show, the notorious Hot Wheels™ Skull Racers shattered the facade of Customs House as they competed in the ultimate speed racing battle.
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NIKE MUSIC SHOE

Nike Music Shoe is an awesome ad for the Nike Free Run+ shoe. In the video you can see Hifana doing a live performance by using the shoes as controllers. By bending the flexible sole of the Nike Free Run+, they can control different sounds. I’m actually pretty sure that it is real because I think that I spotted Daito Manabe in the video. And we all know what he’s capable of. I guess they’ve used some flexible sensors and hooked them up to MaxMSP. Great work!
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