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Tag Archives: IDEA
Such a cool shelter!
The Tronc Creux by Bruit du Frigo is part of a series of shelters spread around Bordeaux. The original idea was to create a hiking path all around the city, connecting waste land, parks and forests, letting everyone spend a short holiday short holidays in their own neighborhood while exploring the area.
The Tronc Creux features an undulating facade of cut-out windows and black wooden details marking its exterior, the structure is atypical to most mountain refuges. However, it still provides a similar atmosphere and purpose, and on the interior there is enough space to sleep for 9 people. Reconnecting to a simple life, there are no lights and no water, just family and friends in a peaceful setting.
It’s super simple: A truly great idea can be explained in less than 10 second. So use Snapchat and send your idea to DDB Oslo.
I don’t get the “The whole Creative Department will watch your snap chat” though… Unless of course someone is recording every snap chat as they are being watched. Nevertheless, this idea is interesting.
Now, this is a fun idea for Halloween. Maybe not for the kids themselves, but for the adults. Meet these cool kiddos dressed up as Jesse Pinkman and Walter White of the series Breaking Bad.
This video made me smile!
What happens when you gather a group of children and ask them what they’re going to do when they retire? What would it look like if you then asked the kid’s grandparents to reenact their responses? Check out this video, starring actual Erickson Living residents and their grandchildren, to find out.
IBM is committed to creating solutions that help cities all over the world get smarter, in order to make life in those cities better.
That’s why IBM and Ogilvy are working together to spark positive change with the “People for Smarter Cities” project, and unite city leaders and forward-thinking citizens. To spread the word, Ogilvy created outdoor advertising with a purpose: a bench, a shelter and a ramp that are not only designed to be beautiful, but to be useful to city dwellers as well.
Credits: Ogilvy & Mather France
This awesome idea is created by Pete Ashworth and Carl Ejlers - two talented students from Creative Communication, DMJX, in Denmark. And who I know, because I was a guest lecture in Digital Media a year and a half ago.
Their idea is about having a digital donor card, pre-installed on your smartphone, so it can be filled in or edited whenever and wherever you feel the urge.
It’s a Bees Awards nominee 2013 in the category ‘Best student work’. Great job, guys!!
Friends: Frederik, Charlotte, and Mik
Indoor architecture at the OMNI Hotel
Conference hall at the Hilton Hotel
Dancing at the Microsoft Windows Lounge
Dinner with Danes at the authentic Papi Tino’s restaurant
Homeless man creating awareness of his situation
Friends: Charlotte, Mathias, me, Frederik, and Kristian
Dennis Crowley, co-founder of Foursquare
Foursquare data from Manhattan, NYC and Tokyo, Japan
Space was one of the big topics at this year’s SXSW
You meet all kinds of great people at SXSW. Even pirates
Concert at Mohawk
View on Austin Downtown from the other side of the river
Shawn Fanning and Sean Parker, founders of Napster. John Perry Barlow, Alex Winter, and Eugene Hernandez. About the movie Downloaded. Napster: The Music. The Battle. The Revolution
Dinner at my favorite restaurant in Austin: Ruth’s Chris Steak House
View from the skies. All the way from France, through Belgium, Holland, Germany, and home to Denmark.
This is the reason for the silence on the blog this past week. I went to the conference and festival South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas once again. This year I only went for Interactive though. And not Music and Film, as I did last year.
Yet again it was an explosion of inputs. Wherever you are, there’s cool and interesting people around you. It’s hard to choose which session to go to, because the amount of interesting topics is major. I always try to go to some, that are not the obvious choice for my field – to get another kind of inspiration, than what I usually get. If I only went to the obvious ones, we could all just sit there and agree – and not really feel that we received anything from it.