A new phone case released by Google for its Pixel phone changes the wallpaper each day using images from Google Earth. Users can then press a shortcut button to learn more about it if it catches their attention.
“We love what we do and love these things we didn’t.”
Working with curators, historians and photo editors, Time Magazine has collated 100 of the most influential images ever taken.
Meticulous planning, incredible timing and shed loads of vibrant colour ensure OK Go’s next music video is a step up from their previous one shot in zero gravity. Watch as they slowdown 4.2 seconds to create an explosive full length video.
With a story of two brothers, one being deaf and the other a musician, HP launches its campaign to #ReinventGiving, supported by a website and app that lets users record any sound and turn it into artwork.
The secret, artistic world of fruit stickers has been celebrated with this Instagram page and Kickstarter project. Get involved in 2017 with your very own wall chart.
Each year Claridge’s Hotel works with a designer on its “seasonal landmark” Christmas tree, and this year it has taken it up a level. With Apple’s Jonathan Ive and industrial designer Marc Newson, the hotel has transformed its entrance into a forest of Christmas trees using different types of technology.
Joining the travel guide market place, Google has jumped on board with Google Trips, a free app that helps you with everything to do with your trip, and offers personalised recommendations based on your Google history. What’s great is that you can use it offline, so no crazy data charges will shock you when you get home.
By thinking differently about its USP, Scotts Miracle Gro is able to make mundane grass into a brilliantly creative content piece to promote ‘Green Max Lawn Food’. If they take this as far as they can, it could be an amazing campaign with real longevity.
From their reign at the top of the food chain 65 million years ago, T-rex have been reduced to the butt of many online jokes (see the hilariously sad T-rex Trying tumblr). In Audi’s latest ad ‘The Comeback’, we take a look into the life of a depressed T-rex navigating modern society with its comically short arms.