Monthly Archives: June 2012

Boing Boing

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Vintage bosom

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See through

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Great view

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The Neon Boys

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Grind: Dancehall butts in slow motion

Dancehall Queen Style is a Jamaican dance fashion, which became popular in the 1990s through music videos and The Grind show on MTV. The video is a playful take on the dancehall culture with its provocative costumes, suggestive poses, roles and blatant sexuality.

Originally GRIND was made for Art gallery/-museum KIASMA and exhibition “Thank you for the music” 2012.

Idea and script: Jenni Hiltunen
Direct and edit: Miikka Lommi
DOP: Jan Granström
Music: Ville Riippa
Dancers: House of Queens

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Dress sporty

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Wild girl… on the outside

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Pope it up!

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Just don’t wear any … (NSFW)

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Cold beach

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Wear tights

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Say Hello to this Kitty

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Next Journey: I Hooked Up With Contentcube

Remember November 1st 2011 when I told you, that I would start up on my own?! How I needed new challenges and needed to try off this ‘on my own’ thing, even though parts of me doubted, that I would like working this much by myself. Would I miss having close colleagues? Probably. But I still needed to try it, to find out the true answer.

So I did. And I became awfully busy. When I went home for Christmas, I was exhausted – and I knew exactly what I had to do; I had to find another person or a couple of people to do this with. To work with. To build up a company with – and to make changes with.

I had to find people with the same digital mindset and same values, but with other skills than myself. I wanted to be around great, talented people, who are awesome at what they do – so I can be awesome at what I do. And not spend all my time on the thousands of things, that come along when being all by yourself.

I met Contentcube in Founders House
I’d been sitting in the tech startup office space called Founders House. Not the obvious choice for a woman with 13 years of working experience in the advertising and digital industry. But an obvious choice to me, because I already have a huge network in ad, digital and direct. And Founders House matched my behavior and curiosity within ideas, digital trends and tech. And here, straight after Christmas, I met Contentcube!

Who is Contentcube?
Contentcube is a small web agency with 6 extremely talented people. Since 2005 they’ve been working primarily as a developer’s agency, doing their wizard thang behind the scenes. But now they were at a point where lots of new opportunities opened up – I only needed to jump onboard!

So I did!

I hooked up with Contentcube
I became a Partner and the Creative Director at Contentcube – and now I’ve started the journey with CEO Rasmus Viemose and the rest of the cool guys on turning Contentcube into a digital agency, who not only makes killer code, but also creates mobile, social and digital strategies, creative concepts and executions. And we do this with a fundamental belief in relevance and relations.

Yay!
We’re all super excited. And some times super exhausted. Because there’s a lot to do. The journey has just begun. And we see so many cool opportunities.

Most important of all; I found what I was looking for. The great guys with different skills than myself, who make me wake up in the morning and smile. And who make me look forward to creating, playing and doing our wizard thang along with creating relevance and relations for – and with – our customers.

Tadaa!

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13th Century Church Converted to Modern Day Library in Holland

God, how I love this transformation. And here it’s really appropriate to say God!

Located in Maastricht, Holland this 13th century Dominican church has been transformed by the architectural firm Merkx + Girod in a project known as Selexyz Dominicanen Maastricht. The massive 1,200 square meter church was built all the way back in 1294, and although it has been updated for modern day use it still maintains many of the original characteristics and design elements. Due to the enormous height of the structure, the design team decided that building multi story bookshelves vertically was the best utilization of space.

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