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Minibar for the Mind is a new collaboration between The School of Life and Morgans Hotel Group, that aims to provide guests with a more meaningful and unique hotel experience. The mini bar itself is a custom-made box offering guests a “mid night feast of intellect, inspiration and ideas”, including conversation starter cards, a compilation of The School of Life’s writings, a writer’s block pencil set and more. If you’re interested in checking it out in person, the kit is available at select Morgans properties as well as via their website.
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iPhone4 display shot through a glass with oil and water.
For the latest Belgian Pearle campaign Lernert and Sander have used a gigantic pop-up book, which earned them a place in the Guinness World of Records. The book used in the commercial is 4 by 6 meters and therefore the largest pop-up book ever made. Read more »
French independent label Record Makers celebrate their 10th anniversary this year. For the occasion they created this funky promo video. The animation is done by Mrzyk and Moriceau, made solely with an iPhone app. Music by Sebastian Tellier.
In a search for worldwide talent working in the realm of online video the Guggenheim Museum and YouTube created YouTube Play. A Biennal Of Creative Video. This global online initiative created a platform for innovative, original, and surprising videos, regardless of genre, technique, background, or budget.
“With video now available for anyone to produce and watch, almost anytime and anywhere—be it on cell phones, digital cameras, computers, or tablets—it has become the medium of choice for many aspiring artists. It is the goal of YouTube Play to reach the widest possible audience, inviting each and every individual with access to the Internet to submit a video for consideration.”
Over 23.000 videos were submitted, and narrowed down to a shortlist of 125 by a group of Guggenheim curators. We are happy to announce that Lernert and Sander’s video Revenge was selected for the shortlist.
For more information on YouTube Play visit: http://www.guggenheim.org/new-york/interact/participate/youtube-play