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In the world of creativity, if you're not starting a fire, then what's the point? So, we've created a portal to celebrate the most revolutionary and thought-provoking ideas we're seeing in the world today. Some are ideas we've recognized from others and we're tipping our hats to, and others are ones we thought of (go figure). Either way you cut it, you won't find a dull moment here, and hopefully we've inspired you to start your own fire.
Illustrator Ale Girogini has created a series of retro-styled posters featuring popular cult films such as Star Wars, The Goonies, and The Blues Brothers. These illustrations can be purchased on Society 6 and range from posters to clothing merchandise.
Take a look at this playful ad campaign from Pixar to promote their new film ‘Monsters University.’ This ad also comes with a Monsters U Website, made to look like an actual university website! A fun parody to the usual college promotion website and advertisements. Looking forward to see what Pixar will come up with next in this ad campaign.
Photographer Wes Naman has created a series of portraits in which he manipulates people’s faces with Scotch Tape. Amusing, yet somewhat disturbing, Wes Naman surely has fun with this eccentric series! See the entire series here.
Turn your dining room into a beautiful underwater scene with the Medusae Collection by Roxy Russell Design. These series of lamps feature the shapes of mystical jellyfish glowing overhead. Roxy Russell explains that the ocean is ‘a boundless source of inspiration’ for her designs. The lamps are also made out of plastics, in order to promote recycling and a percentage of the proceeds are donated to the Ocean Conservatory.