Greenpeace are retiring the infamous Rainbow Warrior and now you can help them build its replacement vessel, just by going to this site. You can view the build live through a webcam in the shipyard and explore 3D renderings from a number of angles, as well as dive into individual decks of the new Warrior. The most interesting part is how the charity are funding the build - rather than just asking for straight donations, visitors are encouraged to explore the ship and then click to buy specific equipment that is still needed: wetsuits, scuba gear, even life rafts. After making a contribution, you can go and find your piece of the project online. Pretty cool, no? You'll even receive a Certificate and your name on a dedication wall in the finished vessel.
Friday, February 25, 2011
|Robert Wong - Creative Director Google Creative Lab (click here for more)|
This man heads the creative team that's responsible for almost all of Google's creative projects. Including these two ad campaigns above and everything you see here.
Posted by He who says hmm... at 6:43 PM
|It began in an elegant, professional kitchen...|
|with a chef and house to match...|
|A Murano chandelier on the ceiling. On the wall, a painting by an addict.|
|The floor had windows and cellars beneathe...|
|And skateboard designers from Brazil.|
|Even gift bags, mine full of candy.|
|And amongst the awesomeness of this invite only dinner, a signed Shepard Fairie poster watched as we ate some of the best food of our lives and made friends we shant soon forget.|
Posted by He who says hmm... at 1:39 AM