Sony Ericsson UK: All Tomorrow’s pictures*

30 06 2007

This one has been out there for some time, but I still feel it’s worth posting it.

To celebrate the Institute of Contemporary Arts‘s 60th anniversary, SE and the ICA launched the “All Tomorrow’s pictures” project.

60 UK artists (musicians, directors, actors, …) have contributed. They were asked to capture their vision of tomorrow, with a SE K800i cyber-shotphone. Among those artists are Alison Goldfrapp, director Gurinder Chadha, Mika and Helena Christensen.

In addition a competition was launched that was won by Matthew Gordon 

The pictures were presented at the ICA and here is a few of them:


Alison Goldfrapp “Future 1”


Gurinder Chadha “Back to Life”



Mika “Big Brothers Day off”


Helena Christensen “Just the two of us”


Matthew Gordon “Endless Possibilities

Visit: ICA & Sony Ericcson

Advertisements City Guide*

26 06 2007

You might wonder why I am placing another Travel tagged entry today.
Might be because I am looking for a good place for a week of holidays ;o)


Here is a great online guide to the major global metropolitan cities.

Superfuture was created in 1999. It basically consists of personal reviews of the best clubs, art exhibitions, shops, etc., … around with specialized maps. The designer intially created it for friends and business partners coming in to Tokyo to visit him. Now it’s evolved into a great guide for a lot of the world’s greatest metropolitans.
It’s worth taking a look!


Luxe: Travel Guides*

25 06 2007


Here is an interesting series of travel guides that I found on They are called “Luxe“. Haven’t quite found out wether the content is good, but from what I understand they are written by people who live in the respective city and the offer regular online updates to the published version.

The core content is “cool” places for food, shopping, arts and hanging out.

Sounds really promising!



iPhone: Can’t wait to touch it? *

24 06 2007


In preperation of the June 29th, 2007 launch of the iPhone, Apple has launched a guided tour on their website. In 20 minutes one can experience all of the features.

In addition the site features 5 ads that talk about singular features of the iPhone, plus the photos and 360 views of the product.

iPhone: Calamari


iPhone: Never been an iPod


iPhone: This is how


iPhone: Surprised


iPhone: Watered down


here is the latest iPhone ad themed “The future is calling”:

A great time pass specifically for all of us living in Europe that still need to wait until autumn ;o)



Cannes Cyberlions: First Look*

24 06 2007

As most or at least some of you out there I am currently scanning through the Cannes winners in the different categories. I’ve already posted one of the print winners with “Tide 2x” and there is more to come.

Just had a quick glance at the Cyberlions  and here is three sites that I really liked…



Synopsis: continues the fantastical story of the Adachis, a family suffering from ailments related to their lack of milk. On the site, viewers play a board game in which they help the Adachi family get a glass of hard to reach milk.




Synopsis: Together with the Lomographic Society, Absolute developed ABSOLUT LOMO. The first element was building a gallery in Stockholm and track that with a time laps camera.  ABSOLUT LOMO was then extended into a print campaign, dedicated to 6 Lomo artists. Finally users were encouraged to post their own Lomo shots interpreting the ABSOLUT Brand.

I personaly like this one for I am a big LOMO fan!

Finally digital work from a graphic designer from Singapore…

Jonathan Yuen – (Bronze


Great way to promote your own work!!

Most probably you will see some more Cannes related stuff on ocean of knowledge in the next days..


P.S. Here is one more that at least made the cyber shortlist: .
Just sad that it didn’t win anything and didn’t make it in to the Titanium ;o)


Tide: “2x” Stains don’t stand a chance*

24 06 2007


Here is the winner of the Print “Grand Prix” in Cannes.

It’s a campaign by Tide Detergentsfor their “2x” product.




Great campaign! “Stains don’t stand a chance”



adidas Japan: Vertical Soccer Billboard*

24 06 2007


This is how you get people’s attention in one of the most cluttered advertising spaces in the world, Tokyo/Japan.

…and I specifically like the fact that it’s totally “analog” and not a bit digital ;o)

Kind of reminds me of the “Matrix Ping-Pong” clip…