Each week we ask our team to select something they’ve seen or read that is inspiring, interesting, or just plain intriguing. At our creative breakfast we meet over coffee and croissants to share and discuss what everyone brought to the table.
Come fly with me
Featuring some superbly insightful UX touches and incredible photography, this anniversary edition of KLM’s
iFly magazine is bound to give you a serious dose
250 years ago, Sweden became the first country to introduce a law to abolish censorship. Taking that fact and running with it, is this wonderfully human campaign from the Swedish Tourist Association – call a number and get connected to a random Swede.
First off the blocks
A highly creative (and rather bonkers) mobile music video from Japanese female hip hop idol group, Lyrical School.
Has to be watched on your phone for the full effect.
Tinkling the ivories
The day itself may have passed, but the website for
Piano Day is itself a charmingly simple celebration of the instrument, featuring sounds played and recorded
by Nils Frahm.
A recipe for success
Regardless of whether you like their produce, Tesco are making some interesting moves in their use of digital tech. Most recently, this innovative piece by Tesco Labs, using If This Then That to help automate some of your shopping.
New Old Master
An intriguing brand partnership that marries technology, art and the Dutch bank ING, to create the next Rembrandt – 346 years after his death.
Captain Kirk is climbing a mountain
And finally for Friday, an oldie but a goodie. Happy weekend!
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