Recently, Coca-Cola installed an extraordinary vending machine at the National University of Singapore. The machine doesn’t want your money, it wants hugs. Ain’t that a good currency in times of financial crisis? A good hug is rewarded with a free can of Coke. It’s as simple as that.
As we were about to forget the Japanese square watermelons, the Brazilian company Camp Nectar recently released an interesting concept and campaign. In an attempt to show that their products are 100% natural, Camp Nectar hired the Ad Agency AGEIsobar decided to grow fruits in she shape of a Camp Nectar juice box.Read more →
French street artist The Wa has spiced up the streets of Milan with a new, rather critical artwork — he recently installed a roller blind at a digital city billboard. The ‘Curtain’, as Urban Shit calls the work, enables passers-by to decide themselves whether or not they want to see the advertisement.Read more →
A Chinese footwear manufacturer has made this small electric in the form of a giant shoe. According to Kang Shoe Company’s CEO the shoe car is designed as a branding campaign. Explains J-Walk Blog: “It can carry two people up to 250 miles at speeds of up to 20 mph on a single charge of the…Read more →
The ‘Pop-Down Project’ is a funny urban movement from France that brings pop-up blocking to real-life advertising and other annoying elements you find on the street. Through a blog, people can obtain those little red ‘Close’ boxes, designed to look just like the click-out boxes in the corner of pop-up windows. On their blog you can find some nice pictures of the click-out buttons in public space.Read more →