Mother and father duo Lilly and Leon have a wonderfully imaginative on-going photo series titled ‘Cardboard Box Office’ in which they recreate famous movie scenes with their baby son Orson.
What the world searched for, Google’s year in review.
Jesus, Gandhi and Mother Teresa Stump for UNICEF in Extremely Virtuous Holiday Ads
Forget about those famous Internet felines in Friskies’ Christmas spot. The real holiday supergroup is in this campaign from Forsman & Bodenfors for UNICEF Sweden.
I’m talking about Jesus, Gandhi and Mother Teresa—dubbed “The Good Guys”—who get together to discuss the sacrifices they made to benefit humanity. They’re joined by a typical party dude, who gets to hang with the hallowed do-gooders simply because he clicked on a UNICEF banner to help save kids’ lives.
The three spots in the series strike just the right tone. They’re mildly irreverent and amusingly low-key, with lots of cute exchanges and details. You’ve gotta love Gandhi’s mod yoga mat; the slacker complaining that Jesus’s story, while possibly the greatest ever told, drags on a bit; and Christ accidentally clicking through to an ab-blasting offer when He initially tries the Internet.
It’s a good thing Jesus is on board, since it usually takes a miracle to get folks to click on banner ads, even for a good cause.
While it fits in well with the holiday spirit, a gentle reminder that mobile obsession is here to stay
20 cancer patients participated in a unique makeover experience.
They were invited to a studio. Their hair and makeup were completely redone.
During the transformation, they were asked to keep their eyes shut.
A photographer then immortalized the moment they opened their eyes.
This discovery allowed them to forget their illness, IF ONLY FOR A SECOND.
We’re excited to share Prime Air – something the team has been working on in our next generation R&D lab. The goal of this new delivery system is to get packages into customers’ hands in 30 minutes or less using unmanned aerial vehicles. Putting Prime Air into commercial use will take some number of years as we advance technology and wait for the necessary FAA rules and regulations. This is footage from a recent test flight. See page at http://amzn.to/PrimeAir’