Monday, November 28, 2011

If Cartoon Heroes Were Hipsters. Hmm...







































Fabian Ciraolo's collection of 70's/80's inspired super heroes and villains dressed up as hipsters are flippen #amazeballs!
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No Teeth But She Sure Knows A Ton About Social Media. Hmm...









Awesome little project created by Chacho Puebla.

Help Give Australia A Swift Kick Up The Ass. Hmm...


I found out about this through the brilliant @StephenFry. More here.

Hmm... Of The Day

Ever Get An Eyegasm? Hmm...


Excuse the 80's song reference above and at the end of this sentence, but this is super rad! Basically, if you’re not up for jailbreaking your phone to get a fancy panorama function, then you should get this app instead. It's called 360 Panorama. After you dl the app, just hightail it somewhere pretty, pick your spot, then spin around in a circle with your camera phone and right before you throw up, all the images your phone captures will get seamlessly stitched together. Voila! Full 360 shots you can send to anyone! #eyegasm

Protests. Not Just For Dirty Hippies Anymore. Hmm...






Porsche's 57-Story Apartment Building. Hmm...

What's the big deal you ask? Well, besides it being slap-bang on Sunny Isles Beach (in Miami, girl!) they're designing a glass robotic car elevator, 3 of them actually, (dwarfing VW's 20 story one pictured above) that takes apartment owners directly to their door, while still in their motherflippen car. I'll say that again. It takes apartment owners directly to their door, while still in their motherflippen car. Which begs a question, how long do you have to wait for the elevator? 45-90 seconds they say. #holyshitballs

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For All You Ad Geeks: Cog Lives On. Hmm...


It's been almost a decade in the making but one of the the all-time greatest TV commercials created in 2003 by Wieden+Kennedy, Honda Cog, has been turned into an online game. It asks players to create a chain reaction onscreen by placing a set of pop-up windows in the correct sequence. Easy, right? Well... Give 'The Experiment' a whirl and find out.

Oh and here's how they did it, in case you were wondering: