Couple of our creatives have entered the 48 hour ad contest for Cannes Young Lions. Take a view at their effort below, if you like it, give it a star rating – and you could help send them on their way to Cannes. The more hits the video gets the more chance they have of winning, so if you think it’s a great entry, for a great cause – twitter the youtube link, blog it, stick it on facebook, email it to your mates, tattoo it to your forehead, or graffiti a nearby billboard with the link.
Rik Haslam: Group Creative Architect
Some musings (from me and my colleagues at RAPP) about interesting interactive work and the innovations that are reshaping the way creative agencies operate.
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- Watch the air clear as the largest natural gas leak in the U.S. finally stopsAfter 16 weeks of gushing uncontrollably, the natural gas leak that drove thousands of Los Angeles residents from their homes was finally plugged up Thursday. The California Air Resources Board captured the moment with a FLIR infrared camera. A timelapse video of the footage released Friday shows the air finally clearing around the Aliso Canyon facility in t […]
- L.A. to pay a white ex-employee $3.8 million for racial discriminationThe Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously this week to award $3.8 million to a white city parks worker who alleged he suffered years of abuse and discrimination at the hands of his Latino boss. A former gardener with the Department of Parks and Recreation for almost 20 years, James Duffy sued the city in 2011 for discrimination, harassment and retaliati […]
- Heartbroken dog finds favorite ball frozen in kiddy poolTrue despair is to reach for your favorite ball, only to realize that it is trapped beneath a sheet of ice. Scout the golden retriever experienced this life-altering situation firsthand when he went to fetch his ball from a kiddy pool and was met with cold, hard reality. See also: This brilliant photo series of smiling dogs will get your tail wagging Thankfu […]
- Watch the air clear as the largest natural gas leak in the U.S. finally stops
- Watch DARPA's tiny drone do 45 MPH indoors, autonomouslyIt's been a bit since we last saw DARPA's bird-of-prey inspired drone system, but the government's mad science wing hasn't been sitting idle. The Fast Lightweight Autonomy program recently took one of its drones on an indoor test flight where there l...
- Shape-shifting polymer straightens out from body heatThere have been plenty of tries at shape-changing materials, but this one might be the most practical yet. The University of Rochester has created a polymer that returns to its original shape when subjected to body heat -- touch a curled mess of the...
- Rock the vote for your favorite game in the GDC awardsWant to make your voice heard in this year's Game Developer's Choice Awards? How about doing the same for the Independent Game Festival's accolades? Boy howdy, you're covered in both cases. Once again, the GDCA and IGF are opening up the floor for au...
- Watch DARPA's tiny drone do 45 MPH indoors, autonomously