Dot! Little dogs! The arts! Stereotypes! Strange fetishes! Digital agencies of the future!

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  • September 23, 2010
  • Ben Fahy

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Wieden + Kennedy London claim to have created the smallest stop-motion animation ever for Nokia. And 'Dot' was all shot on the N8 phone. Find out how they made it here.

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OkGo set the bar pretty high with their first few music videos, and they've called on a bit of help to come up with another stunner.

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David Shrigley is a very funny, slighty deranged man. But he's pretty serious about saving the arts.

Stereotypes are great time savers, as this handy stereotype map shows; a woman with a fetish for inanimate objects marries the Eiffel tower; and these iPhone screengrabs are a bit of a slap in the face for 'the digital agencies of the future'.

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