Those who want to apply for a job at the newly opened Bergge Tattoo, must carefully fill out the QR code and show off their skills, in order to access the application form.
To celebrate Valentine’s Day, IKEA is offering parents-to-be a free crib if your baby is born 9 months from today (14 November 2013). Sounds tempting? Then better hurry up!
Glasgow-based Guerilla marketing team called Polka Dots presents their set up a campaign, devoted to promote rich organic art and fresh art produce. The message was sent using edible flyers – the informational stickers were attached to fruits that people could help themselves to in public places.
Melbourne creative studio Yoke has reinvented the advent calendar in a new digital format with its own industry spin. People will be able to visit the Ad-vent Calendar and open a new door, but no chocolate or lollies will be found behind it. Instead, the door will reveal a visual treat in the form of 25 carefully selected ads and branded content from around the world.
Seeing a boy, denied of a mock kitchen set, or a girl, who won’t get a toy gun she was so excited about, still isn’t a very rare sight. TOP-TOY, the largest toy business in the Northern European market, set out to change this stereotypical toy division, created primarily by media. The company published a gender-neutral Christmas toy catalog in Sweden and Denmark.