Candy Crush office features cartoon design


Candy Crush officeThe Stockholm office for games producer King features cartoonish designs fit for its products.

The company behind the famous Candy Crush Saga game now greets visitors with an egg-shaped reception desk.

Swedish design agency Adolfsson & Partners oversaw this colourful project: the 1940s building is split into areas such as Magic Forest, Green Hills, Treasure Island,

Countryside, and Deep Sea.

Discover the imaginative scheme here and let us know if you’d work in an office like this.

Street art that can only be seen when it rains


Seattle graffitiAn American artist has created an innovative style of street art, which can only be seen in certain conditions.

Peregrine Church has taken advantage of Seattle’s rainy weather with his new style of street art, which only appears when the pavements are wet.

He uses non-toxic superhydrophobic coating to create his temporary graffiti, rendering his project completely legal.

Have a closer look at this cheerful yet revolutionary street art here and tell us what you think of it.

Charming ad for skin cancer prevention


Skin cancer ad La Roche-Posay launched an heartwarming ad featuring Dalmatians.

The L’Oreal-owned skincare company has released an ad to raise awareness about the importance of detecting cancer early.

In the video, the Dalmatians check their distinctive marks as an incentive for people to do so.

Watch this cute yet powerful ad below and tell us what you think.

Heartwarming ‘Stratosphere’ ad by Specsavers


Specsavers ad Specsavers has launched a new advert, showing the different ways children manage to lose their glasses.

Directed by HLA’s Simon Ratigan, the video sees glasses lost on a teddy tied to balloons, underwater, and on a sushi bar.

The campaign started last weekend, supported on social with the hashtag #TeddyinSpace.

Watch the video below and tell us what you think.

Valspar creates illusionary artwork for its UK launch


Valspar has unveiled its UK launch campaign with a piece of illusionary street art on London’s Clerkenwell Road.Valspar street art

Tying in with the campaign’s theme, the artwork by the paint brand was made to look like a family home with a wall knocked through.

The art installation, which was designed by Will Taylor and painted by Nina Camplin, is part of Valspar’s ‘Colour Outside the Lines’ campaign . 

The artwork will be on display throughout March.

Have a look at the installation here and tell us what you think.

Interactive billboard raises awareness of domestic violence


Women's Aid billboardWomen’s Aid has unveiled an unusual billboard to coincide with International Women’s Day. 

The organisation has created a digital billboard that displays a woman’s bruised face as a representation of domestic violence.

Using facial recognition technology, the more people who look at the billboard, the faster the woman’s face heals, sending the message that domestic violence shouldn’t be ignored.

The campaign was created with the help of WCRS London and will be displayed in numerous places in the UK. 

Have a look at the billboard here and tell us what you think about it.

Samsung designs kennel for Crufts


Samsung kennelSamsung has decided to target a new market with its DreamDoghouse. 

The technology company has unveiled a kennel at its latest product launch, claiming to offer ‘the ultimate in doggy luxury’.

This product represents the growing part technology plays in our pets’ lives and is part of the firm’s sponsorship of Crufts 2015.

Andy Griffiths, President, of Samsung Electronics UK and Ireland, says: “with the Samsung Dream Doghouse, we wanted to reflect the nation’s growing trend for using technology.”

The kennel is on display at Crufts at Birmingham’s NEC. 

Watch the video below and tell us what you think about the product.

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