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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.
Created by Khalil Klouche, this fun and entertaining calculator was made for small children to help teach math. The wooden calculator would created a knocking sound and the user knocks back to give the answer. This toy was created for the ‘Touch!’ exhibition at MUDAC in Lausanne in 2012. Watch the video below to see more and how it works!
Check out this fun, beautiful animation created by Mathematic featuring photography of the city with an animated woman. The film is short and simple, but provides a beautiful technique of animation and real life crossover. Take a look!
The Cap’n gets an upgrade to his style that is targeted to a more mature audience. By using social media and a bit of nostalgia, Cap’n Crunch attempts to gain back its consumers from back in the day. Now, Cap’n Crunch has almost 270,000 likes on Facebook and 14,000 followers. You can see his show on YouTube and will include interviews with animated celebrities. Interesting to see how this social media campaign plays out!
Check out these fun and classy prints by Mat Mabe that feature the animals from A-Z. Mat Mabe was inspired to continue this project when he started designing prints for his children’s rooms. His prints are now being exhibited at The Gallery@Pedestrian and 25% of the profit from these prints go to Leicester Charity Pedestrian.
To celebrate 80 years of style, Lacoste created a colorful and fun campaign that features the history and evolution of their iconic polo shirt. This campaign was created by BETC Paris, BETC Luxe, and BETC Digital and was shot by fashion photographer David Sims. Their site features a stop-motion video that shows off the shirt throughout the brand’s history.