This if fucking dope... Local creative couple Adam Rosenberg (CW) and Dalit Saad (AD) created this little side project to help support the occupy wall street movement. They created simple buttons to show your support for the Occupy Wallstreet movement in a variety of humorous ways. All the money raised is being donated to the protestors.
A year following the introduction of The Art of Shaving's highly-successful 'The Brotherhood of Shaving' print and outdoor advertising campaign, the P&G owned luxury men's grooming brand ups the ante with the introduction of a follow-up campaign that aims to communicate distinct 'Brotherhood' personalities, articulating the values of the brand and a stylish perspective on modern masculinity.
JONDO believes a more artful world is a better world. Starting today they are taking museum-quality canvas prints out of the museum and to the people. Distributed throughout five Los Angeles locations people will be able to find twenty-six 40" x 60" canvases and they are theirs for the taking.
For clues to the locations follow @PhotoGiclee and hashtag #artheist on Twitter.
We all have a few things we'd like to get to before leaping into life's next chapter. Maybe it's skydiving. Maybe it's Mardi Gras. Maybe it's learning to Salsa. Maybe it's chasing the dragon. RPA & Honda call it your Leap List. It's everything you wanna do before everything you oughta do. And the all-new 2012 CR-V is built to help you get to every last one of them.
Los Angeles-based creative agency Whirled recaps the emotional touch points of 2011 in an affecting film, “Google Zeitgeist 2011.” The film is a powerful snapshot of the year’s highlights captured and shared via Google online tools such as Search, Google+, Maps and more. Zeitgeist, or “the spirit of the times,” is revealed through Google’s aggregation of billions of search queries received on the site this year. Whirled was also responsible for “Google Zeitgeist 2010,” which racked up nearly 3 million views on YouTube.
Over 30 tons of shit had to be cleared out of disbanded Occupy LA camp. Here's what that looked like before sanitation crews cleaned it all out. WTF? Is this how you make your statement by turning our beautiful city into a dump.
Our friends at Hello Design just launched a new website for The Page Museum at the La Brea Tar Pits. An icon of Los Angeles, the Tar Pits boast asphalt seeps that represent the only consistently-active and urban Ice Age excavation site in the world. The dig site and its fossils tell the story of life in that exact location, 40,000 years ago. The web experience parallels the journey from the excavation outdoors, to the research and exhibitions inside the museum. Hello Design also directed films for the site, including a video sneak peek into the discovery that awaits at the Page Museum.