I found the link of this video on twitter earlier today, and thought I will post it here on my blog, seriously such as sweet video, adorable characters, and their personality expressed really well, looks like it took a lot of planning and it’s very well produced, have a look, but I’m not gonna lie if you are sensitive you might cry, its not a happy ending story!
This video was Made by Catsnake catsnake.com on commission from Friends of the Earth foe.co.uk
Loving this video for LF stores
Fearless future video
Created by Ben Weeks
Juniper Park is an ad agency. Their clients come from far away and visit rarely. This mural was commissioned for JP’s lobby to welcome clients to the space. It aims to create delight and to put people into a positive frame of mind. “Come play at the park” is supported by other illustrated phrases in this mural about creative possibilities written by JP’s team.
This video is really interesting check it out and let me know what you think I found it on twitter and it really impressed me
“The video shoot took place on a small farm in Jeollabuk-do province, South Korea in February 2011. The storyline was conceived in response to the song lyrics which tell of an unrequited love or a longing that can’t be satisfied or consummated.” Nils Clauss came up with the concept of a brother and sister who are twins who have grown up lived and worked together on their parents’ small farm. They are confused and disturbed by the fact that their closeness has developed into a kind of sexual longing that they know they must hide away deep inside.
Brilliant! Optical Illusion advertising campaign for Samsung printers! Found via hammertoff
What if your jeans could save up to 16 million liters of water? m ss ng p eces and Myoo teamed up with Levi’s to tell the story behind their new WaterLess Jeans. levi. co found on behance.net created by m ss ng p eces
Really love this song + video at the moment, just really creative inspiring video and such a happy song, just something what I need right now,hope you like it xxx
by “Tokyo Police Club-Your English is Good”
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