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UK-based artist Jane Perkins obtains her inspiration in found objects. She uses anything from toys, shells, buttons, beads, jewelry etc. as material for her re-interpreted contemporary art. Inspired by impressionist artist and famous portraits, Perkins achieves a mesmerizing effect in her creations. Her work keeps your eyes attached from a distance view and a close-up as well with so many interesting small pieces perfectly arranged to masterpieces.

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Old Spice has reenlisted former Old Spice Guy Isaiah Mustafa for Interneterventions, the new online initiative pushing the brand’s body sprays. The campaign is built around nine bogus websites that advertise gawdy, faux-manly products and services—like black leather sheets, a live-in gym and a solid gold bluetooth—and Mustafa’s over-the-top disdain for all of them, and anyone who would be sucked in by them.

Users can send the sites to friends as a prank (via Twitter, Facebook or email), and when they try to click around, a warning buzzer sounds and Mustafa appears to offer help for poor lifestyle choices.

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LookUpHeaderBritish Airways placed interactive billboards in London’s Piccadilly Circus to launch the new “Look Up” campaign.  Every time a plane flies overhead a boy on the billboard points to it, with real time updates, the billboard displays the flight’s number and origin. 

JimmyNelsonHeaderBritish photographer Jimmy Nelson traveled the world for three years, visiting 35 tribes in five continents, spending time in such far flung places as mountainous region of Bayan Olgii in Mongolia, the Baliem Valley of Papua New Guinea and the wildest parts of southern Ethiopia. His new book Before They Pass Away is a snapshot of these tribes as they are now and stands as both a piece of art and an historical document.

Thanks to Fabrice Niangoran for today’s fodder.

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German director Sebastian Strasser brings forth this epic new film for British telecommunication company, Vodafone. The project was shot over 6 days in Denmark, Germany, the Czech Republic and Romania almost completely using hand held cameras, enabling the team to capture more fluid, natural movements. Time Based Arts, a London based Production Studio, was then called in to blend the 3D, CGI and live action.

VodafoneHeaderThanks to Julie Smith for today’s fodder.

Vodafone – Add Power To Your Life from Stink on Vimeo.

CarlingHeaderThe congratulatory ads continue to roll in following the birth of William and Kate’s royal baby on Monday. Here’s Carling’s entry from ad agency Creature—an amusing tale of a palace nursery decorator who’s working off faulty information.

Bristol, England based bird and LEGO lover Thomas Poulsom built a beautiful LEGO series of his favorite tropical and British birds. To help Poulsom have his bird series become official LEGO products, you can become one of his 10,000 needed supporters at LEGO CUUSOO.

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