Another practical use for Lego?! Brick repair work.

What better way to use lego bricks than to patch up proper crumbling brickwork…gives the place a bit of colour doesnt it! This work was done in Bocchignano, Italy, a village close to Rome, as part of the group project “20 Eventi”. Its called “Dispatchwork” and was created by Jan Vormann.via

A game of pong at lunch if you please.

How cool would it be to have one of these in your front room. Forget Microsoft Surface and all its multi touch fandagery…pong is all you need! It was deisgned by a guy named Moritz Waldermeyer as part of the MoMA Design & Elastic Mind Exhibit. The tabletop has 2,400 LED’s and 2 track pads… Continue reading A game of pong at lunch if you please.

Stock Images: BAD. Santa’s Elf: GOOD!

MSI and ASUS were recently caught out when they both used the same library stock image from GettyImages. They adapted the image to promote their own portable laptop. What confuses the hell out of me is why ASUS decided that they should photoshop the boy into a christmas elf with candy colour lipstick and blusher?… Continue reading Stock Images: BAD. Santa’s Elf: GOOD!

The 1 Million Word Billboard Ad.

Sanyo worked with Saatchi & Saatchi on this world reacord breaking advert for their Xacti CA65 Underwater Camera. To show that there is more to capture underwater than above, Saatchi created this 63 meter long advert containing one million words… The ad contains the world’s most comprehensive marine species list, histories of major tsunami and… Continue reading The 1 Million Word Billboard Ad.

Very Tall PixelArt Piece. Start Scrolling…

I love pixel art. I think it all stems from a love of the old 8-bit adventure games like Monkey Island and Beneath a Steel Sky on the Amiga.This awesome example is called “Underneath it all” which was an entry for the Last Man Standing competition at ConceptArt.org. Try flipping the image using the link… Continue reading Very Tall PixelArt Piece. Start Scrolling…