November 5, 2010

This short doco is about how trends and creativity become contagious. Check it out here.


Ad Busters

May 31, 2010

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NYC Re-branded

April 18, 2010

Last week, the creative collective known as TrustoCorp dropped hundreds of subversively branded products on the shelves of New York’s delis and supermarkets.

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Manga Farming

April 13, 2010

Manga Farming, an art project by Tokyo-based Koshi Kawachi, takes old manga comic books and turns them into potted plants.

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Passive Aggressive Notes

January 25, 2010

Skating. Tetris. Neon.

September 23, 2009

Skateboarding, Tetris and neon lights could be the trifecta of all things good. Paying homage to that sentiment are a crew of 36 Freeborders (like snowboarding on a skateboard) who recently took over a street in San Francisco to create a real life video game. How long do you think it will take before someone turns this into a lame, 30 second commercial?

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One Across: Awesome

August 3, 2009

Whoever said the only good thing to come out of the Ukraine was radiation and tractors, obviously haven’t seen this project in Lvov City, in which a massive crossword puzzle was painted on the side of a 100 ft high apartment building. Questions for the puzzle can be found in various locations around the city – on monuments, statues, power plants…



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Drop till you shop

May 22, 2009

Kind of like the opposite of shoplifting, Shop Dropping is a form of culture-jamming whereby people bring their art into a store and attach it to a product. When someone goes to the checkout with your item, not only do they get the product but also a piece of your art. Could be a great way to promote a band, website, service or movement?




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