Monday, 20 December 2010



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Saturday, 11 December 2010

These are shoes - Li-Ning hits America

Li-Ning were the copy cat brand from China who imitated Nike designs when they started out. Even the logo was reminiscent of the swoosh. They are now making a name for themselves in their own right and are starting an invasion of the USA. Check out their their first TVC.

Nike Shout Asia

Nike has unveiled real time pitch side boards that allow fans to shout messages of support via Facebook and Twitter during games.

Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Paik Nam June Media Bridge - Seoul.

A 1080-metre bridge over the Han River, which is named after the Korean video and media artist Nam June Paik, will soon connect the Dang-Li power plant with the National Assembly building in Seoul, Korea. Planning Korea based in Seoul- are the architectural firm behind the mega-structure. It has a number of public facilities such as a museum, library and an IT complex mall over it. A series of structures lying parallel to the water surface will serve as docks for water taxis, yachts and cruise ships.

Logitech Google TV - Bacon being Bacon

Bacon plays a Bacon look-a-like for Logitechs promo for its keyboard and its usefulness when it is used with Google TV.

Sunday, 5 December 2010

Nokia N8 Launch in China

During the launch for the N8 in China a pornographic video streamed LIVE causing an awkward/embarassing moment for the Finnish company.

That said they have been going to town on demonstrating the quality of the N8's output. The latest campaigns all challenge creatives to create with or on the new handset, letting the quality speak for itself. In the clip below the image is drawn using a stylus on the N8s touch screen.

And they have also remade Pearl Harbour shot entirely using the phone's built in camera. Using scale models it's a pretty impressive film.

Untitled from MoNoBrow on Vimeo.

Friday, 3 December 2010

Quatar Win 2022 World Cup bid - first 5 stadiums

England miss out on the 2018 World Cup to Russia and Qatar win the 2022 bid. This video shows the ambitious plans for the new stadiums they will build complete with full air conditioning. Temperatures can exceed 50 degrees during the day. The 5 stadiums are all unique and pretty impressive.


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