Philips has created an excellent ad using a simple optical illusion to illustrate the importance of grooming for men. The flesh-colored object in the center, Philips contends, appears to be far larger when it is not crowded out by the darker stuff surrounding it. Of course, the size of the object in the center doesn’t actually change, but no one has to know that, do they?
When aboriginal rangers discovered that a camera they had set up to capture images of crocodiles eating had gone missing, they had no idea who the thief might be. At first, they thought that the camera had fallen into the water, so they forgot about it. Two weeks later, however, colleagues found the device about 110 kilometers away at the Mary River.
You know all those questions you never thought to ask? Lucky for you,The Unzipped Truth bares all on life’s un-probed absurdities, realities and contradictions through unrestrained wit and childlike illustration. Uncensored. Unexpected. Occasionally un-PC. Always unapologetic.
Buenos Aires based photographer Irina Werning has a very interesting ongoing series of photos titled “Back to the Future”, that has a nostalgic but also humorous mood. She travels the world and convinces people to pose for her in order to recreate their awkward childhood pictures.
If you enjoy the following set of pictures, you can check out the entire gallery here.
Anybody who uses public transportation or simply lives in a city knows how disturbing, annoying, tiring or even icky being in a crowded space can feel like. This was the everyday problem that industrial designer Slew Ming Cheng decided to solve with the “Spike Away” vest that she created during the 1.5-day-long “Chindogu” design workshop at the National University of Singapore.
Recently one particular letter addressed to Santa Clause has been posted on Twitter and everyone on the Net went crazy about it. The letter seems to be written by a kid with a convincingly shaky handwriting and multi-coloured crayon approach. The thing is, the author didn’t hesitate to write down the whole amazon URL, linking the gift he wishes oh so much.
However, we happened to find out that the author is far away from actually being a kid. Zack Poitras, a successful comedian, made this prank, apparently, not just for a good laugh but also to bring our attention to the reality the kids live in today.
At the beginning of 2013, Somerset portrait photographer Neil Bremner’s Father in Law broke the news that he had been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. He is now on the mend but it certainly opened Neil Bremner’s eyes to how important the Movember charity actually is to raise awareness and so he got involved. This was his caricature styled Movember Portrait journey.